This chapter examines the wartime broadcasting during Russia and the U.S.'s entry into the European theatre of World War 2. It discusses Germany's broadcasting of its detailed war plans to invade Russia followed non-broadcast propaganda until June 29, 1921. It describes how the American commentators and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) responded to the German broadcast propaganda.
Keywords: wartime broadcasting; Russia; United States; World War 2; Germany; propaganda
Chapter. 12049 words.
Subjects: Modern History (1700 to 1945)
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