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Cold War Radio Museum In 1951, the Voice of America (VOA), which was at that time located in New York
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Office of War Information, O.W.I., was created in June 1942 during World War II as a propaganda and psychological warfare agency of the Executive Branch,…
Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty (Radio Liberation) were created in the 1950s to broadcast to Eastern Europe and USSR…
Voice of America, VOA, was created during World War II within the Overseas Branch of the Office of War Information, O.W.I. During the war, the…