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11 December: Stitches in time . . .

Westbrook Van Voorhis---the voice of time or the voice of fate, either one worked for The March of Time. (Photo: NBC)

Westbrook Van Voorhis—the voice of time or the voice of fate, either one worked for The March of Time. (Photo: NBC)

The immediate aftermath of Pearl Harbour continues to bristle in the United States and around the world, and one of its most eloquent radio exercises comes from a series launched in Cincinnati in 1929 and becoming a radio legend in spite of the apparent disdain of the publishing titan whose signature creation fueled it.

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