Western broadcasting over the iron curtain

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0709944381 [10], 274 pages. Index. Bibliography. "A collection of twelve essays dealing with the broadcasting of western governments to the USSR and its eastern satellites." - Preface. Contributors include: Frank Ward and Helen Koshits of Radio Canada International (RCI); Frank Shakespeare of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL); William A. Buell (RFE/RL); Barbara Schiele, Voice of America (VOA); Edward Mainland, Mark Pomar and Kurt Carlson (VOA); Peter Fraenkel (BBC); Botho Kirsch, Deutsche Welle (DW); Jurgen Reiss, Deutschlandfunk; Donald R. Browne; Gerhard Wettig; R. Eugene Parta, SAAOR; and Mary McIntosh, RFE. Former library copy with usual markings. Few light pencil markings to contents. Binding tight. Average wear. A sound reference copy of this fascinating overview of how the west weaponized radio broadcasts against the Soviet Union during the cold war. COLE p.318.

Title: Western broadcasting over the iron curtain

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Categories: History, Covert Operations,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: England, Croom Helm: 1986

ISBN Number: 0709944381

ISBN Number 13: 9780709944386

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 545H4023

Keywords: Radio Broadcasting, International Broadcasting, Radio in Propaganda, Cold War, Disinformation, Soviet Untion, Radio Canada International, RCI, Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty, RFE, RL, Voice of America, VOA, BBC, BBC External Services, DW, Deutsche Welle, Russian Service, Deutschlandfunk, RIAS Berlin, German Democratic Republic Censorship, Soviet Area Audience and Opinion Research, SAAOR,