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[Andre Maurois: France in the World of Tomorrow]

Saturday, January 01, 1944

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Andrew Mauris discusses France's experience in World War II and current state under German occupation. Afterward, he answers questions from a studio audience about the French underground forces, treatment of French people by the Germans.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 68752
Municipal archives id: LT72

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"The Beyond Victory Radio Program (1943-1944) was a series of weekly broadcasts begun in 1943 under the combined auspices of the World Wide Broadcasting foundation and the [Carnegie] Endowment to give Americans a clear and unbiased picture of postwar issues through discussions by speakers outstanding in their respective fields. The Office of War Information made use of Beyond Victory scripts in overseas broadcasts." (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

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