Alfred "Alf" Landon radio transcript
Alfred "Alf" Landon was an American politician, serving as the Republican governor of Kansas from 1933-1937. In 1936, he ran and lost as the Republican nominee for President against Franklin Roosevelt.
Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1995 by B. F. Diamond
On November 14, 1938, Alf Landon made radio remarks concerning the treatment of Jewish people under the Nazi regime in Germany. From the radio station WIBW symposium under the auspices of Council of Churches, Landon spoke out against the cruelty and intolerance that was being displayed toward Jews in Europe, and how Americans should protest this treatment, stating that it went against the principles of freedom and tolerance.
The Alfred "Alf" Landon radio transcript is arranged into one series.