Sean Spicer

History repeats itself…

From 1940 to 1941 Frederick Kaltenbach broadcast ’Letters to Iowa’ to the United States directed at the American Midwest. His programs consisted of anti-Roosevelt, anti-British and pro-isolationism propaganda disguised in the form of fictional letters back home.

He cultivated a simple and homey style and was one of several English-speaking propagandists for Germany that were referred to by the nickname ‘Lord Hee Haw’. He opened each program with ‘Greetings to my old friend, Harry in Iowa’, and delivered his propaganda messages in the form of advice.