A Rose Is Not a Rose

Friday, September 29, 2006


Iva Toguri died this week, though you probably don’t recognize the name. She was commonly, and erroneously, known as Tokyo Rose, a propagandist broadcasting against the Allied side during WWII. An article in 1976 by then Tokyo Bureau chief Ron Yates of the Chicago Tribune uncovered the story of how the FBI framed her for treason. Yates recalls her saga with Bob.

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this article helped me with my report so i just wanted to say thank you to everyone involved and i will make sure to give u the credit

Apr. 05 2009 06:57 PM

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