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Voice of America Director Mary Bitterman March 1980 – January 1981
June 18, 1942 – Congressman Roy Woodruff warns of mismanagement of U.S. Government propaganda, welcomes appointment of Elmer Davis to be head of Office of War Information (OWI) only to be disappointed later by Soviet and communist influence...
July 25, 1942 – Congressman Karl E. Mundt cites Office of War Information (OWI) director Elmer Davis’s warning about communists who may be working on Voice of America (VOA) broadcasts
First VOA Director was a pro-Soviet Communist sympathizer, State Dept. warned FDR White House
The first “Voice of America” broadcast in German on February 24, 1942 was heard in Europe the next day
December 11, 1950, Congressman Philip J. Philbin (D-MA) reveals Julius Epstein’s evidence of Katyn Massacre censorship by the Voice of America
1988 Voice of America News Backgrounder Created by VOA’s Polish Service