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A file containing documents relating to German radio broadcasts and propaganda regarding the use of flying bombs. Documents in the file include transcripts of intercepted foreign radio broadcasts; "jitter queries" from the public on whether certain rumours originated on German radio; and a list of locations named in German radio broadcasts in connection to flying bomb attacks. Topics covered include attempts by the British to test the validity of German information; enemy propaganda on the hypocrisy of Britain's attitude to aerial warfare; and German comments on speeches by the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, on flying bomb attacks. Other topics discussed include German propaganda on the effect of flying bombs in London, using a captured letter sent by a mother to her son in Italy; a German broadcast describing a V-1 flying bomb command centre; threats by "Lord Haw-Haw", a German-controlled broadcaster; and the British attempts to combat flying bombs.
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