Radio called WWII tool of control and freedom at library lecture (Ohio)

Radio as a powerful expression of freedom was the theme Saturday at the Warren Trumbull County Public Library, where about 30 people heard a lecture and several members of the Warren Amateur Radio Association were on hand to showcase the history of radio.

The event was part of the One Book / One Community program focused on “All the Light We Cannot See,” a World War II-era novel by Cleveland native Anthony Doerr. The radio and its effects on the war are a main theme of the book.

Guest speaker was Max V. Grubb, Ph.D., a communications professional and assistant professor of communications at Youngstown State University.

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