VOA Guide For Writers and Editors Circa 1972

By Ted Lipien Shortly after I had joined the Voice America (VOA) Polish Service 46 years ago in December 1973, the management provided me with a copy of the VOA Guide For Writers And Editors. There were not enough of these Guides, so I had to share it with one

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Created 70 years ago, Stalin Peace Prize went in 1953 to former Voice of America chief news writer Howard Fast

The International Stalin Prize for Strengthening Peace Among Peoples was created 70 years ago on December 21, 1949 by a decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet in honor of Joseph Stalin’s seventieth birthday. One of the several recipients of the 1953 Stalin International Peace Prize was American writer, journalist

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A pre-Christmas 1982 letter to Voice of America: a plea for shoes for Polish children

Cold War Radio Museum Polska – 1982 Dowiedzieliśmy się o zbiorze butów w U.S.A. – dla potrzebujących – dlatego mamy prośbę czy nieskontaktowalibyście nas z kimś dla otrzymania butów przynajmniej dla starszych dzieci 14 i 16-letnich dziewczynek – na okres zimowy. The Polish Service of the Voice of America (VOA)

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Polish children asked Voice of America to send them shoes for Christmas in 1982

Cold War Radio Museum Polska – 1982 Ponieważ nie znam nikogo, kto mógłby mi pomóc, ośmielam się napisać do Pana z prośbą o pomoc. Mam 3-je dzieci w wieku 12, 11 i 7 lat. U nas są duże trudności z odzieżą i butami. Poland -1982 Because I do not know

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1984 Interview with Czesław Miłosz on Polish-Jewish Relations

The interview (in Polish) with Czesław Miłosz, the 1980 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, was recorded in Oxford, England on September 19, 1984 at the International Conference for Polish-Jewish Studies. Ted Lipien (Tadeusz Lipień), who was then the chief of the Voice of America (VOA) Polish Service, asked

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Mira Złotowska – Michałowska — VOA journalists who opposed her communist propaganda

By Ted Lipien for Cold War Radio Museum Soviet influence at Voice of America during World War II — documents and analysis Soviet influence at WWII Voice of America From VOA to communist regime journalist Choices of VOA’s pro-Soviet journalist VOA journalist marries Communists A pro-Soviet propagandist at OWI and

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Mira Złotowska – Michałowska — critics of Soviet influence at VOA

By Ted Lipien for Cold War Radio Museum Soviet influence at Voice of America during World War II — documents and analysis Soviet influence at WWII Voice of America From VOA to communist regime journalist Choices of VOA’s pro-Soviet journalist VOA journalist marries Communists A pro-Soviet propagandist at OWI and

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Mira Złotowska – Michałowska — from VOA to a communist ambassador’s wife

By Ted Lipien for Cold War Radio Museum Soviet influence at Voice of America during World War II — documents and analysis Soviet influence at WWII Voice of America From VOA to communist regime journalist Choices of VOA’s pro-Soviet journalist VOA journalist marries Communists A pro-Soviet propagandist at OWI and

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Mira Złotowska – Michałowska — was she VOA’s communist ‘Mata Hari’?

By Ted Lipien for Cold War Radio Museum Soviet influence at Voice of America during World War II — documents and analysis Soviet influence at WWII Voice of America From VOA to communist regime journalist Choices of VOA’s pro-Soviet journalist VOA journalist marries Communists A pro-Soviet propagandist at OWI and

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Mira Złotowska – Michałowska — congressional warnings

By Ted Lipien for Cold War Radio Museum Soviet influence at Voice of America during World War II — documents and analysis Soviet influence at WWII Voice of America From VOA to communist regime journalist Choices of VOA’s pro-Soviet journalist VOA journalist marries Communists A pro-Soviet propagandist at OWI and

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