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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Why WWII Voice of America ignored the Holocaust

“The Voice of America—the United States Government overseas radio broadcasting station founded in 1942—ignored the subject of the Holocaust throughout the Second World War,” American scholar Holly Cowan Shulman wrote in a 1997 article published in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. She noted that U.S. government officials in

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