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Pyongyang Sally was an English-speaking woman on North Korean radio stations who broadcast propaganda to U.S. troops during the Korean War. This was used with other forms of propaganda including air-dropped leaflets.
- Walter J. Boyne, Philip Handleman, Brassey's Air Combat Reader, Brassey's, 2001, ISBN 1-57488-243-0, page 157, retrieved from Google Books, 05-17-2009
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- SGM Herbert A. Friedman (Ret.); Radio Leaflets During Wartime
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