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|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||National Public Radio (U.S.)|
|Description:||1 audiocassette (approximately 90 min.) : Dolby processed.|
|Contents:||Side 1: Jewish athlete Marty Glickman talks about what it was like to be in Berlin in 1936 for what came to be known as the Nazi Olympics --
American soldiers who were among the first to enter Hitler's concentration camps at the end of World War II describe what they saw and felt --
Rural Americans remember the moment when electricity transformed their lives --
Marian Anderson's historic concert on the steps fo the Lincoln Memorial on April 9, 1939 is recalled by some of those who attended --
Tv news pioneer Fred Friendly talks about producing the See It Now broadcast on March 9, 1954 that helped bring about the downfall of Senator Joseph McCarthy --
November 22, 1993, the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, is remembered around the country. Side 2: Former hostage Jackie Pflug, a passenger on Egyptair Flight 648, describes how she survived one of the bloodiest plane hijackings in history --
Less that a week after the collapse of Nicolai Ceausescu's communist regime, poet Andrei Codrescu returns to his homeland Romania for the first time in 24 years --
Goodbye Saigon captures the desperation and panic during the last day of America's involvement in South Vietnam.
|Series Title:||Best of NPR.|