U.S. Army Colonel William W Quinn interviews World War II correspondents on combat unit publicity in the United States.
United States USA Date:1952 Duration:6 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
Colonel Quinn interviews World War II correspondents in the United States. Colonel United States Army William Wilson Quinn introduces 2 war correspondents Doug Larson of Scripps Howard and Sergeant Francis Porter of the United States Army during interview. They all seated at desk. Colonel states: Publicity of combat unit by press increases combat effectiveness and unit efficiency because Individuals are recognized, individuals are placed under spot light and results are enhanced. War correspondents state their points. Colonel questions about the commanders reluctance to publicity and their liking to follow specific units. Correspondents answer and state their points to these questions.
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