Censorship of Press and Radio

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Censorship and Propaganda in Europe

Criticism of Rigorous Censorship Imposed by Allies

Immediately after the outbreak of war in Europe, rigid censorship was imposed on press and radio by the belligerent governments. To date, more news of a military character has emanated from Berlin than from either London or Paris—a circumstance which, although due in part to the early success of the German drive into Poland, has given rise to much criticism in the Allied countries, particularly Great Britain.

Arthur Greenwood, daputy leader of the British Labour party, ...

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