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|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward R Murrow; Fred W Friendly; J G Gude; Columbia Records, Inc.
|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.|