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|Genre/Vorm:||Public affairs radio programs
War radio programs
Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Speeches in Congress
|Alle auteurs / medewerkers:||
Franklin D Roosevelt; Tom Connally; Irving Swanson; Hilmar R Baukhage; Carleton Smith; H v Kaltenborn; J David Goldin; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.; Marr Sound Archives.
|Opmerkingen:||Radio recording of President Franklin Roosevelt's speech to Congress asking for a declaration of war and a special news coverage. WOL, Washington, D.C. origination; Mutual and NBC network. WGN, Chicago station identification.
Title and additional information supplied by cataloger from audition, supplemented by reference materials.
Provenance: J. David Goldin collection.
Instantaneous-cut lacquer disc.
|Uitvoerende artiest(en):||State of war with Japan: Franklin Roosevelt, Tom Connally, and other Congress members, speakers. State of war with Germany and Italy: Irving Swanson, speaker; Hilmar Robert Baukhage, Carleton Smith, and H.v. Kaltenborn, news reporters.|
|Colofon:||Speech originally broadcast Dec. 8 and 11, 1941.|
|Beschrijving:||1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 16 in.|
|Serietitel:||J. David Goldin collection.|
|Andere titels:||News coverage of President Franklin Roosevelt's requests to Congress for the recognition of a state of war with Germany and Italy.
1941-12-11, part 2.
Address to Congress requesting a declaration of war, Dec. 8, 1941
Day of Infamy speech
|Verantwoordelijkheid:||[Franklin D. Roosevelt. News coverage of President Franklin Roosevelt's requests to Congress for the recognition of a state of war with Germany and Italy. 1941-12-11, part 2].|
President Franklin Roosevelt's requests to Congress for the recognition of a state of war with Japan is followed by a Congressional debate. State of war with Germany and Italy: NBC correspondents are present at the Capitol to report on the results of the vote to declare war against Germany and Italy. The brief resolution prepared by President Roosevelt is read. A summary of related world news follows.