Two American Voices of Nazi Propaganda
Dr. Frank Rybicki, author
During World War II the Nazi doctrine was being spread to homes across the United States by way of short-wave radio. The goal was to undermine the nation's will to fight. The Federal government had its own interpretation of these broadcasts and decided to re-define the term "treason." Propaganda efforts aimed directly at American homes by American radio commentators in Berlin would not be tolerated. Eight U.S. citizens were indicted for treason but only two would ever stand trial on American soil. This is the incredible true story of Robert Henry Best and Douglas Chandler, Two American Voices of Nazi Propaganda.