Overseas information service of the United States Government
This book is the best systematic survey of the transitional period of the late 1940s when key American communications policies were formulated and solidified.
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abroad action administrative Affairs Allied American republics areas Assistant Secretary audiences Austria Bureau channels chiefly CIAA CIAA's Committee communications Congress cooperation coordination countries cultural relations denazification Department Department's developments direct distribution Division domestic economic educational effective efforts Elmer Davis emphasis enemy established exchange executive field films foreign policy formal freedom ganda German government information groups House hearings impact important included information activities information control information function information policy information program information service intelligence Inter-American interest Latin America liaison libraries major mass media material ment military government motion pictures National War Agencies Nazi Nelson Rockefeller newsreel objectives Office operations organizations output overseas information OWI's particular peace personnel plans political President private agencies problems produced propa propaganda propagandists psychological warfare Psychological Warfare Division radio responsibility Russian SHAEF Smith-Mundt Act specialists staff strategic tasks theater tion UNESCO United United Nations Voice of America