How Zofia Korbońska, Voice of America refugee journalist, campaigned against communism, resisted German-Nazi fascism

How Zofia Korbońska, Voice of America refugee journalist, campaigned against communism, resisted German-Nazi fascism

Zofia Korbońska, a Voice of America refugee journalist, was a remarkable Polish-American woman who fought against two of the 20th century’s deadliest totalitarian ideologies. She was a World War II anti-Nazi resistance hero during the German...

VOA Broadcasts in Russian from Munich – A Backstory

VOA Broadcasts in Russian from Munich – A Backstory

  VOA Broadcasts in Russian from Munich – A Backstory   By Ted Lipien for Cold War Radio Museum and Voice of America – Hidden History     The Information Bulletin of the Office of the US High Commissioner for Germany had a...

Discrimination of Refugee Broadcasters by Voice of America Management Has Been Hidden for Decades

Discrimination of Refugee Broadcasters by Voice of America Management Has Been Hidden for Decades

Treated for decades as second-class citizens and denied direct access to wire services by native-born, mostly white, mostly left-leaning, and mostly male Voice of America (VOA) managers and reporters, these VOA immigrant broadcasters, some of...