Radio: Speaking of Russia

The first U.S. radio staffmen to broadcast regularly over the Soviet radio was back home last week and talking last week. CBS's dark, thin Larry Lesueur, 33, rolled into Russia via Archangel a year ago. Onetime United Press reporter, he had covered the R.A.F. in France from war's outbreak through Dunkirk, the London blitz as apprentice to CBS's Edward R. Murrow. In talking about Russian radio Lesueur told a lot about Russia:

> When Hitler lunged into Russia, the Soviet Government ordered all citizens to turn in their radios. Reason: the Government did not...

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