Voice of America Polish Service chief Maciej Wierzyński with First Lady Hillary Clinton at the VOA building in Washington, D.C. June 1996. Wierzynski archive photo.

Maciej Wierzyński at Voice of America – ‘the Most Frustrating Period’ in the Life of a Refugee Journalist

Maciej Wierzyński at Voice of America One of the most successful and popular Polish-American refugee journalists, Maciej Wierzyński, described his tenure at the Voice of America in the 1990s as the “most frustrating period of his life.” By Ted Lipien My successor as the Voice of America (VOA) Polish Service

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Voice of America (VOA) 1967 USPS stamp First Day Cover (FDC) by philatelic artist Ralph Dyer in the Cold War Radio online virtual museum.

Voice of America 1967 FDC by Ralph Dyer

The hand-painted First Day Cover (FDC) by philatelic artist Ralph Dyar for the 1967 Voice of America stamp is displayed in the Cold War Radio online virtual museum. Ralph Dyar was born in Mexico in 1889 and died in 2000 in San Diego, California. A gifted artist, he produced hundreds

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