Paul Harvey, David Brinkley, Howard K. Smith, and John Chancellor signed 1967 VOA first day cover

This First Day of Issue Cover for the Voice of America 1967 stamp has autographs from famous American radio and television broadcasters including Paul Harvey, David Brinkley, Howard K. Smith, and John Chancellor of NBC News who was the Voice of America director from 1965 to 1967.

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Radio Free Europe Poster

Radio Free Europe Fund raised private funds for Radio Free Europe in the 1960s with such billboards and ads, but the bulk of funding for Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty during the Cold War came from the United States government. Until 1972, RFE and RL were funded covertly by

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1967 Voice of America U.S. Stamp

If you found this article interesting and enjoyed looking at historical documents and photos of artifacts, the Cold War Radio Museum would like to ask you to make a small donation so that we can continue and expand our work. Cold War Radio Museum In 1967, the U.S. taxpayer-funded and

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Voice of America 1967 First Day Cover by Art of Ages

First Day Cover by “Art of Ages” for 1967 Voice of America stamp included a partial quote from the first VOA broadcast in German aired in 1942, “WE SHALL TELL YOU THE TRUTH.” The cover illustration also includes these words: “BEAMED TO COMMUNIST COUNTRIES.” During World War II, VOA did

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Voice of America Stamp

Voice of America Stamp With First Day of Issue Envelope, August 1, 1967

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Zofia Korbońska

LIPIEN: Remembering a Polish-American patriot Zofia Korbonska was underground resister, VOA journalist By Ted Lipien – The Washington Times – Wednesday, September 1, 2010 To those who knew her personally, Zofia Korbonska was a loyal and generous friend. But Mrs. Korbonska, who passed away last week in Washington at the age of 95, was

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