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  8. ^ The ABC Radio Network presented readings of the text by well-known actors, whose names were not released in advance, said the network, "in order to focus maximum listener attention on Mr. Hersey's words". The programs were so well-received that they won the George Foster Peabody Award for the Outstanding Educational Program of 1946.
  9. ^ Hersey's entire text was also broadcast by the BBC in England, as well as by national radio networks in Canada and Australia.
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