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United States. Office of the US High Commissioner for Germany. Information Services Division / RIAS, Berlin
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RIAS spews poison,   pp. 10-12 PDF (1.2 MB)


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ADN Agency-      eme     8 I2
Unde r the heading 'ONo Foun'id~tion in RIAS Lies," ADN supplied an
article for publication in the entire Communist press:
"The agitator US RIAS, as well as. US -agents, systematically try to
alarm the DDR population. The agitation center intends to make the popu-
lation believe that there will be food shortages. These enemies of Germany
intend to stimulate hoarding."
"Die FrietqHle           coe       --  2
Under the heading "We Do Not Tolerate Bandits in Our Higher Schools":
"Many highschool pupils, collect information by listening to agi-
tation broadcasts of the US station RIAS. This occurred merely because
teachers Iand pupils have not fought consistently against hostile ideology
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particularly against the RIAS influence."t
gliche RundschauI, Berlin, November 24.     952
Reports-on the Districet'Peace Conference 'in Berlin-Koepenick:
"The first secretary of the Greater Berlin Peace Commttee, Heinz Zantoff,
particularly referred to the peace work within the plants which depends on
pu'tting-on good cultural performances together with the population and on
leading a decisive fight against RIAS Agitation and other instigators!"
"Schweriner Vokzei~tmgNovember          ll3- i
Describeo-a picture affixed to a house with the sloga~:.
"The inaitants of this house- want peace and unity! Therefore, nobody
.listens to RIAS! Follow our example!"
In a corrmentary on the "tLaw on Gift P'arcels" reports: "To
what
extent profiteers., speculators'and saboteurs are affected by this
measure. is proved, ~among other things, by the hysterical fuss made by the
agitator radio station RIAS with its fight against this law."
RIS.-┬žews, Poison
Excerpts from a 2o-page leaflet, published by the Society for Soviet-,-
German Friendship.
"From the very beginning of its broadcasts RIAS has served the US agi'-
tation for a new war....
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