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Churchill in his own voice and the voices of his contemporaries

Auteur: Winston ChurchillFranklin D RooseveltHarry S TrumanDwight D EisenhowerNeville ChamberlainAlle auteurs
Uitgever: New York, N.Y. : Caedmon, [1965]
Editie/Formaat:   Audioboek op LP : LP-opname : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Genre: Audioboek, enz.
Soort document: Geluidsopname
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Winston Churchill; Franklin D Roosevelt; Harry S Truman; Dwight D Eisenhower; Neville Chamberlain; Eleanor Roosevelt; George S Ratton; George, King Great of Britain; Laurence Olivier; John Gielgud
OCLC-nummer: 3279863
Opmerkingen: Automatic sequence.
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Uitvoerende artiest(en): "Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Neville Chamberlain, King George VI, Eleanor Roosevelt, General George Patton, and selections from his writings read by Laurence Olivier and John Gielgud."
Beschrijving: 2 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Inhoud: Writing of his boyhoood, his mother and father, and his days at Harrow --
A warning on Poland, 1937 --
Military conference, August 22, 1939 --
An early warning, October 16, 1938 --
Comments after a Hitler speech, April 28, 1939 --
Holiday time, August 8, 1939 --
The declaration of war, September 9, 1939 --
The first month of the war, October 1, 1939 --
Scuttling of the graf spee, December 18, 1939 --
The state of the war, January 20, 1940 --
The coming of spring, March 30, 1940 --
Resignation, May 10, 1940 --
From the memoirs, May 10, 1940 --
Address to commons as Prime Minister, May 13, 1940 --
First speech to the nation as Prime Minister, April 19, 1940 --
Dunkirk, June 18, 1940 --
Stricken France, July 14, 1940 --
From the Reichstag, July 19, 1940 --
On the air attacks, September 11, 1940 --
Top secret memorandum, September 14, 1940 --
Appeal to the French, October 21, 1940 --
Advising the nation that the United States would be supplying the war effort, February 9, 1941 --
After visiting the heavily bombed areas of England, April 7, 1941 --
From the Reichstag, May 4, 1941 --
The German attack on Russia, June 22, 1941 --
The meeting with Roosevelt, August 24, 1941 --
The declaration of war, December 8, 1941 --
Address to Congress, December 26, 1941 --
Address to Canadian Parliament, December 30, 1941 --
The fall of Singapore, February 15, 1942 --
After a Churchill speech in the winter of 1942 --
The Russian winter, May 10, 1942 --
The end of the beginning, November 10, 1942 --
The victory at Alemein, November 29, 1942 --
Address to Congress, May 19, 1943 --
The collapse of Italy, August 31, 1943 --
The London Guildhall Banquet Address, November 9, 1943 --
King George VI, message to the troops, June 6, 1944 --
Eisenhower, D-Day, June 6, 1944 --
The fruits of 1944, November 9, 1944 --
Thanksgiving day, November 23, 1944 --
V-E day, May 8, 1945 --
Agreeing to submit his name once again for the post of Prime Minister, February 17, 1950 --
On the death of Queen Mary, March 26, 1953 --
Accepting America's honorary citizenship, an honor shared only with Lafayette --
President Kennedy, proclaiming Churchill an honorary citizen of the United States, April 9, 1963 --
The state funeral of Winston Churchill, St. Paul's Cathedral, London, January 30, 1965 --
Churchill.

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