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U.S. Responses to WWII Soviet Propaganda Against Poland

Yalta summit in February 1945 at which Stalin's territorial claims against Poland were confirmed by Roosevelt and Churchill. (From left to right) Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin. Also present are USSR Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov (far right); Field Marshal Alan Brooke, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Andrew Cunningham, RN, Marshal of the RAF Sir Charles Portal, (standing behind Churchill); George Marshall, Army Chief of Staff and Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, USN, (standing behind Roosevelt).

U.S. Responses to WWII Soviet Propaganda Against Poland — Lessons for Confronting Putin’s Propaganda By Ted Lipien Aggressive propaganda in support of territorial claims against other, almost always smaller and weaker nations, has been a constant feature in Soviet history. There are many similarities between Soviet propaganda and propaganda currently employed by the Kremlin against Ukraine and the West. Soviet ... Read More »

1944 Warsaw Uprising Betrayed by Pro-Stalin WWII Voice of America

Warsaw during August 1944  anti-Nazi uprising.

August 1, 2015 marked the 71 anniversary of the start of the Warsaw Uprising, a 63-day unsuccessful operation by the Polish resistance Home Army (Polish: Armia Krajowa) to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany. About 16,000 Polish fighters were killed and between 150,000 and 200,000 Polish civilians died, mostly from mass executions. After the Home Army capitulation in Warsaw, the Germans ... Read More »

WWII Voice of America aired Stalin propaganda to cover up his role in Katyn massacre

April 22, 1953 State Department Directive to OWI - VOA on Katyn

WWII Voice of America aired Stalin propaganda to cover up his role in Katyn massacre From deliberate pro-Stalin WWII propaganda to careless “pro-Puntin bias” — Avoiding propaganda pitfalls at Voice of America By Ted Lipien   Official documents declassified and released by the National Archives since 2012 show that during World War II and for years afterwards, the U.S. Government-run ... Read More »

Tomlinson on Voice of America coverage of Pope John Paul II

Ken Tomlinson and Ted Lipien with Pope John Paul II

    Former Voice of America (VOA) director and former Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) Chairman Ken Tomlinson, who died recently, told Voice of America two years ago that his most memorable moment at VOA was to visit the Polish Service and help arrange extensive news coverage of Pope John Paul II’s visit to Poland when the country was still ... Read More »

Ted Lipien remembers Ken Tomlinson

Kenneth Y Tomlinson

Ted Lipien remembers Ken Tomlinson I met Ken Tomlinson for the first time in 1982 when he became Voice of America director and I was in charge of VOA broadcasts to Poland. Ken asked me what the Polish Service needed to expand its news coverage and later made sure we got everything we wanted: more employees in Washington and reporters ... Read More »

Martial law prisoners in Poland praised Reagan, Voice of America and Radio Free Europe

Voice of America Polish

Today’s political prisoners who are fighting for democracy and human rights are still being held in China, Iran and in many other countries. While much of Central and Eastern Europe, previously under Soviet domination is now free, Belarus and Russia are still ruled by autocratic leaders and pro-democracy forces in Ukraine are struggling to free their country from Putin’s blackmail. ... Read More »

President Obama with Tadeusz Mazowiecki, Photo and Video

President Obama, former Prime Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki, and President Komorowski Participate in a Discussion on Democracy. Warsaw, Poland, May 28, 2011.

President Obama, former Prime Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki, and President Bronislaw Komorowski of Poland discuss Polish democracy, the contributions Poland is making in Tunisia, and President Obama thanks the people of Poland for being an inspiration to change around the world. Read More »

Secretary Kerry Lays Wreath at Grave of Former Polish PM Tadeusz Mazowiecki

Sekretarz Stanu John Kerry wczoraj późnym wieczorem udał się na cmentarz w Laskach i złożył wieniec na grobie byłego premiera Tadeusza Mazowieckiego. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry went to the cemetery in Laski to lay a wreath at the gravesite of former Polish Prime Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki.

Sekretarz Stanu John Kerry wczoraj późnym wieczorem udał się na cmentarz w Laskach i złożył wieniec na grobie byłego premiera Tadeusza Mazowieckiego. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Warsaw on Monday night (November 4, 2013) and proceeded directly to the gravesite of former Polish Prime Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki, to lay a wreath and pay his respects. Mazowiecki, Eastern ... Read More »

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