Radio: Radio & Bataan

So self -sufficient is General MacArthur's army that the silencing of Singapore, Batavia and last week of Bandung, princi pal rebroadcasting points for radio to the Far East, made little difference in the amount and quality of programs received on Bataan. Last week, indeed, U.S. contact with the Philippines was peculiarly intimate -even including parts of the islands held by the Japanese.

Communications between General MacArthur's headquarters and the War Department in Washington are naturally through military channels, which the War Department naturally keeps subterranean. But the forces on Bataan are far from...

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