The Power of the Radio Druing World War II at the Main Library

  • Dates: March 25, 2017
  • Times: 2 PM
  • Contact: Cheryl Bush
  • How to find us: Warren-Trumbull County Public Library, 444 Mahoning Avenue NW, Warren, OH 44483
  • Website: www.WTCPL.org
  • Phone: 330.399.8807 x128
  • Admission Fee: Free

Presented by Max V. Grubb, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Youngstown State University. Radio plays a big part in the lives of both the main characters in “All the Light We Cannot See.”  This was a time before the “instant” communication methods we have at our disposal today.  Radio symbolized the connecting of people – bringing them together during the polarizing effects of war.  Learn about the power of radio broadcasts, both legal and illegal, during WW II as well as the use of radio as a propaganda tool. A One Book/One Community Event.

Saturday:  March 25 -- 2:00 p.m.

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