Manuscripts/Mixed Material Interview with Gunther K. Rosinus
ROSINUS: Ninety-six percent.
Q: Was actually German.
ROSINUS: German, right.
Q: With that, went a considerable amount of, really, a policy control because you have —
Q: This radio in German hands, in effect.
Q: You only had a couple of Americans there at that time.
Shift in RIAS Control from U.S. to Germany Produced Some Difficulties; Washington HQ Did Not Always Recognize Differences
ROSINUS: Two Americans there, right.
Q: At that time that you were running into difficulties because of differences of opinion as to what kind of program should be sponsored or should be run out of RIAS. To what extent did you feel that Washington, perhaps, did not fully understand why you had this degree of movement off to a more Germanized approach to programming than we had had before?