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|Genre/Form:||Radio news programs
Radio news bulletins
Radio field reports
War radio programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Shortwave radio broadcasts
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Charles Daly; Don Mozley; Laurence Edward Lesueur; Quincy Howe; Robert Trout; Arthur B Church; KMBC (Radio station : Kansas City, Mo.); Marr Sound Archives.
|Notes:||Cataloged from audition.
Radio war news coverage; CBS network origin.
Instantaneous-cut lacquer disc.
Provenance: Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection.
|Performer(s):||Major George Fielding Eliot, CBS military analyst; Robert "Bob" Trout, Bill Dunn, Don Mozley, Allan Jackson, Harry Marble, Jimmy Matthews, Richard C. Hottelet, Dave Bale, Larry LeSueur, Ned Calmer, Joe McCaffrey, Tim Leimert, Charles Shaw, Sidney Berry, Bill Henry, Bill Downs, Webley Edwards, Edward R. Murrow, Chris Coffin, Quincy Howe, Joseph C. Harsch, William L. Shirer, Charles Collingwood, Douglas Edwards, Gene Rider, Chet Huntley, Bill Costello, Dan MacDonald (?), CBS news correspondents; Paul White, CBS director of news broadcast; Gene Dennis (KMBC), John Cameron Swayze (KMBC), Paul Bolton (KTBC), Ted Husing (WCAU), Lowell Blanchard (WNOX), Dave Baylor (WGAR), Irving T. McDonald, Tom Maxwell (WGST), Bob Spence, local news correspondents; Harold R. Stark, William F. Halsey, admirals of the U.S. Navy; Clement Attlee, prime minister of Great Britain; Lord Louis Mountbatton, supreme Allied commander of South East Asia; Monsignor Francis X. Shea, secretary to the archbishop of New York; Roger T. Sermon, mayor of Independence, Mo.; Rabbi Norman Gerstenfeld, minister of the Washington Hebrew Congregation; Reverend John W. Suter, dean of Washington Cathedral; Raymond E. Baldwin, governor of Connecticut; Thomas J. Watson, president of International Business Machines Corporation; Clark M. Eichelberger, director of the American Association for the United Nations; Herbert Hoover, former U.S. president; George VI, king of the United Kingdom; Hirohito, emperor of Japan; Kantaro Suzuki, prime minister of Japan.|
|Reproduction Notes:||Playback copy. Kansas City, Mo. : Marr Sound Archives, 2002. 1 sound disc : digital, CD-R ; 4 3/4 in. (Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection ; KMBC-HV-TRAN-28B)|
|Event notes:||Recorded Aug. 14, 1945, from broadcast over station KMBC, Kansas City.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 16 in.|
|Contents:||Part 23. News recap of the events following the surrender of Japan (concluded) ; Text of Hirohito's message ; Description of sinking of U.S.S. Indianapolis ; More of Hirohito's message ; Discussion of atom bomb (John Daly reporting from New York) --
Part 25. Report on the Office of War Information's communication of surrender details to the Japanese people (concluded) (Don Mozley reporting from San Francisco) --
Analysis of the military implications of Japanese surrender (Larry LeSueur reporting from New York) --
Analysis of the political implications of Japanese surrender and peace in the Pacific (Quincy Howe reporting) --
Reading of the text of a U.S. State Department response to Japan following the Japanese declaration of surrender (Bob Trout reporting from New York).
|Series Title:||Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection.|
|Other Titles:||CBS news.
End of the war.
End of the war.
End of the war.