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AP & Nazi collusion

2017-05-10 14:39:30.058728+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

How news is made: The secret deal the Associated Press made with the Nazis during WWII:

Daniszewski, the AP vice president, said that given the time period — a war, with censors on both sides — readers would have known that Nazis had taken the photos, even if those origins weren’t specifically described.

Even though the AP used different photo credits from what the German papers running those same photos used.

So think about modern news and what you might be assumed to know about the origins of that news...

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