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In the Corner with Dan Hughes

Jun 25, 2013

Words at War was a World War 2 program that was pretty much forgotten after the war ended. 

But Newsweek magazine called it "one of the best contributions to serious commercial radio in many a year", and the show business newspaper Variety said it was "one of the most outstanding programs in radio."

See for yourself if it stands up to that billing.  This show, Fair Stood the Wind for France, is considered one of the best episodes of the series.  It originally aired on June 27, 1944.