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Hitler's airwaves : the inside story of Nazi radio broadcasting and propaganda swing

Autor: H J P Bergmeier; Rainer E Lotz
Editorial: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1997.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Hitler's Airwaves sets Goebbels' propaganda orchestra, a swing band fronted by the crooner, Karl ('Charlie') Schwedler, within the context of the Reich Ministry for Propaganda. The first book-length study of the full extent of the Nazi propaganda effort, it draws on a vast array of newly-available material: interviews with contemporaries and treason trial transcripts, the private archive of Roderich Dietze, wartime  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: H J P Bergmeier; Rainer E Lotz
ISBN: 0300067097 9780300067095
Número OCLC: 35620242
Artista(s) : Various performers and orchestras.
Descripción: xiv, 368 p. : ill., map, ports. ; 25 cm. + 1 sound disc.
Contenido: 1. The making of the German Ministry of Propaganda --
2. Foreign policy by radio --
3. Short-wave propaganda to North America --
4. Fighting Great Britain on the medium wave --
5. Propaganda swing --
6. Farcical feuding : the Nazi propaganda battle --
7. Voices from nowhere, the 'Concordia' story --
8. The 'battle stations' and Radio Arnheim --
Appendix 1. Annotated discography --
Appendix 2. Propaganda lyrics. Contents of CD: Onward Christian soldiers (1939) (1:53) --
The British ministry of misinformation (1939) (:51) --
Lord Haw Haw of Zeesen (1939) (3:17) --
The British cruiser Exeter has been run aground (:44) --
I want to be happy (1940) (3:2) --
One would describe as the height of cynicism (1940) (:37) --Hold me (1940) (3:26) --
The diplomatic correspondent of the Italian newspaper Tribuna (:46) --
St Louis blues (1940) (3:11) --
I'll never say "never again" again (1941) (2:41) --
FDR Jones (1941) (2:59) --
Who'll buy my bublitchky (1941) (2:38) --
Lili Marleen (1942) (3:25) --
Makin' whoopee (1942) (3:09) --Japanese sandman (1942) (3:19) --
I double dare you (1943) (2:30) --
Under an umbrella in the evening (1943) (2:29) --
I want to be happy (The Imperial War Museum) (1944) (3:28) --
We are waiting for you (1944) (4:38) --
Last talk from Radio Hamburg (1945) (9:52) --
Continuation of the programme by a British colonel (1945) (3:13) --
William "Lord Haw Haw" Joyce (2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, 21st works) --
Lale Andersen (13th, 17th works) --
Western Brothers (3rd work) --
Charlie and his Orchestra (5th, 7th, 9th-17th works) --
Calling Invasion Forces (19th-20th works) --
Allied Military Government (22nd work).
Responsabilidad: Horst J.P. Bergmeier, Rainer E. Lotz.

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Hitler's Airwaves sets Goebbels' propaganda orchestra, a swing band fronted by the crooner, Karl ('Charlie') Schwedler, within the context of the Reich Ministry for Propaganda. The first book-length study of the full extent of the Nazi propaganda effort, it draws on a vast array of newly-available material: interviews with contemporaries and treason trial transcripts, the private archive of Roderich Dietze, wartime head of German radio's English-language service, reports of the BBC's monitoring service, recently declassified FBI and MI5 files, and documents in the Bonn Foreign Ministry, the Budesarchiv and the former Berlin Document Centre. Bergmeier and Lotz explore the origins of subversive radio broadcasting, describe the establishment of Goebbels' Propaganda Ministry and the rapid growth of its foreign-language broadcasting division, and provide the most detailed anatomy we have of its organisation, operation and personnel. They examine the workings of the so-called 'Secret Stations', ostensibly run by opposition groups broadcasting from inside target countries, but actually located in the Berlin Olympic stadium. And they reveal the ingenious scam of Radio Arnhem which, for several months in 1944-45, the Germans passed off a genuine Allied forces programme.

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