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Jane Anderson began broadcasting from Berlin on April 14, 1941 - when Nazi Germany saw fit to declare war on the United States on December 11 of that year, American citizens were ordered home from Germany - but Anderson chose to remain. She broadcast Nazi propaganda by way of a short wave radio for the German State Radio's U.S.A. Zone; the Germans named her ‘The Georgia Peach’. Her program was broadcast anywhere from two to four times weekly and each one began and ended with the ad slogan, "Always remember: progressive Americans eat Kellogg's Corn Flakes and listen to both sides of the story," while the studio band played the song 'Scatterbrain'. Her programs regularly heaped high praise upon Adolf Hitler and ran 'exposés' of the 'communist domination' of the Roosevelt and Churchill administrations. She conducted numerous on-air interviews, the most famous among them was of her co-worker, the British traitor William Joyce. When Berlin fell she was on the run up until April 2, 1947 when she was arrested in Salzburg, Austria and placed in US military custody.

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Jane Anderson of Georgia (Coronet Magazine, 1943)

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