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I can hear it now, 1919-1949 : 30 years of audible history

Author: Edward R Murrow; Fred W Friendly; J G Gude; Columbia Records, Inc.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Columbia Masterworks, [1967?]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Journalist Edward R. Murrow presents the historical background behind these recordings of various U.S. presidents, political leaders, military leaders, religious leaders, business leaders, royalty, reporters, humorists, sport figures, and entertainers, all speaking on events of the first half of the 20th century.
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Genre/Form: News recordings
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Edward R Murrow; Fred W Friendly; J G Gude; Columbia Records, Inc.
OCLC Number: 29059430
Notes: Program notes on inside of set container by Edward R. Murrow, Fred W. Friendly and J.G. Gude.
Performer(s): Narrator: Edward R. Murrow.
Description: 3 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
Contents: 1919-1932: Introduction: Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, FDR ; The Armistice ; Wilson and the League : address to the Senate ; Wilson goes to the people ; Sen. Borah and Sen. Hiram Johnson oppose the League ; Wilson's last speech ; R. Swing announces death of the League ; Wm. Allen White on Wilson tragedy ; 1920 : Daugherty makes "smoke filled room" prediction ; Harding nominated ; Harding before inaugural ; First election broadcast, KDKA ; Will Rogers comments on U.S. Senate ; Harding as President : after six months, after one year, after sixteen months, after twenty-six months ; Harding death announced by George Christian ; Coolidge sworn in in Vermont farmhouse ; Harding eulogy by Bishop Manning ; Sen. Walsh opens Teapot Dome investigations ; Secy. Fall and E.L. Doheny before Walsh Committee ; Secy. Fall's final appearance before Committee ; 1924 Democratic convention ; Coolidge after inaugural ; Montage of American customs and behavior in the early 1920s ; Ted Husing describes Babe Ruth home run ; Grantland Rice on "The four horsemen of Notre Dame"; Coolidge on war debts ; The Scopes trial at Dayton, Tenn. ; Wm. Jennings Bryan and Clarence Darrow, June 1925 ; Gene Tunney becomes new heavyweight champion ; Graham MacNamee call famous "long count' round in second Tunney-Dempsey fight ; Lindbergh takes off in "Spirit of St. Louis" ; Progress of flight reported by George Hicks, Lowell Thomas and others ; NYC mayor Jimmy Walker welcomes Lindbergh ; More Walker greetings : Queen Marie, Bobby Jones, Gertrude Ederle ; Quincy Howe reports execution of Sacco and Vanzetti ; Review of Sacco-Vanzetti case ; Vanzetti's last statement ; The Prohibition era ; "Radio is here to stay" : Amos and Andy, Bing Crosby, Rudy Vallee, Will Rogers ; Coolidge declines renomination ; Hoover on prosperity ; F.D.R. nominates Al Smith ; Smith campaigns on "wet" issue ; Boom and bust : the stock market crash and the Depression ; Robert Trout announces Democratic victory in '32 ; Roosevelt's first inaugural. 1933-1945: Will Rogers ; Roosevelt inauguration ; Huey Long ; Duke of Windsor ; La Guardia ; Landon ; Roosevelt ; John L. Lewis ; Hindenburg Disaster ; Czech Crisis ; Chamberlain ; Hitler ; Louis-Schmeling fight ; Gehrig farewell ; Britain enters the war ; Lindbergh ; Al Smith ; Hugh Johnson ; Roosevelt ; Mussolini ; Reynaud ; Surrender at Compiègne ; Chamberlain ; Churchill ; Princesses Elizabeth & Margaret Rose ; Joseph Martin and Wendell Wilkie ; Roosevelt ; Pearl Harbor announcement ; Declaration of war ; D-day (Eisenhower, De Gaulle, King Haakon) ; Invasion craft ; Stalin ; Dewey ; F.D.R. ; Roosevelt's death & funeral ; Truman speaks to Congress ; Opening of U.N. ; Announcement of German surrender ; Chaplain's prayer before first atom bomb mission ; Hiroshima attack ; Japan surrender ; MacArthur. 1945-1949: V-J Day celebrations ; Conflict between Russia & the West ; The Bikini atom bomb test ; The Baruch proposal for the control of atomic energy ; International war crimes trial at Nuremberg ; Execution of ten top Nazi war leaders ; The 1946 congressional elections ; Lillienthal's "Credo of Democracy" ; "Babe Ruth Day" at Yankee Stadium ; The Marshall Plan ; The Howard Hughes congressional hearing ; Wedding of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh ; The assassination of Gandhi ; Jan Masaryk in United Nations broadcast ; The Italian elections ; The state of Israel is born ; James C. Petrillo before the House Labor Committee ; The Berlin airlift ; Tito addresses the Third Congress of the Peoples' Front ; Vishinsky before the U.N. ; Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt before the U.N. ; Chambers and Hiss before the House Un-American Activities Committee ; Eisenhower reaffirms he will not seek a presidential nomination ; The Republican National Convention ; The Democratic National Convention ; The Progressive Party Convention ; The 1948 pres. campaign.
Other Titles: 30 years of audible history
Responsibility: produced by Edward R. Murrow, Fred W. Friendly and J.G. Gude.

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Journalist Edward R. Murrow presents the historical background behind these recordings of various U.S. presidents, political leaders, military leaders, religious leaders, business leaders, royalty, reporters, humorists, sport figures, and entertainers, all speaking on events of the first half of the 20th century.

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