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Sounds and voices of World War II

Author: Bud GreenspanAlexander ScourbyAdolf HitlerNeville ChamberlainHermann GöringAll authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Murray Hill, [196-?]
Edition/Format:   Music LP
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Bud Greenspan; Alexander Scourby; Adolf Hitler; Neville Chamberlain; Hermann Göring; Ignace Jan Paderewski; Winston Churchill; Benito Mussolini; Franklin D Roosevelt; Elizabeth, Queen of Great Britain; Margaret, Princess Countess of Snowdon; Charles A Lindbergh; Wendell L Willkie; C R Attlee; Saburō Kurusu; Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright; William F Halsey; Bernard Law Montgomery Montgomery of Alamein, Viscount; Dwight D Eisenhower; Charles de Gaulle; Douglas MacArthur; James Forrestal; Arthur Godfrey; George, King of Great Britain; Harry S Truman
OCLC Number: 317798247
Performer(s): Written and produced by Bud Greenspan; narrated by Alexander Scourby.
Description: 2 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
Contents: October 3, 1935: Italian armies invade Ethiopia: The prelude to World War II --
Italian throngs hail Mussolini after victory in Ethiopia --
German Chancellor Adolph Hitler speaks at Nuremberg in 1938 --
Hitler speaks again, calling for return of the Sudetenland to Germany --
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain flies to Munich for conference with Hitler --
Formal closing of Munich meeting --
Chamberlain speaks to the world on his return from Munich --
Radio report of signing of German-Soviet non-aggression pact --
Hitler asks the Reichstag for declaration of war against Poland, four hours after German armies have crossed the Polish border. Goering speaks (Broadcast is interrupted by news bulletins from London and Paris) --
Chamberlain announces that Great Britain is now at war with Germany --
Paderewski, famed pianist and former Polish president, speaks after the fall of his country --
Winston Churchill speaks, after Russian invasion of Finland --
Christmas, 1939: British children and parents speak by transatlantic phone --
Radio bulletin tells of scuttling of the German pocket battleship Graf Spee --
Eyewitness account of the Graf Spee's final moments --
Chamberlain resigns as Great Britain's prime minister --
Churchill becomes prime minister. He speaks of Britain's "finest hour" --
From Rome: Mussolini declares war on Britain and France --
President Franklin D. Roosevelt comments on the Italian declaration --
France surrenders to Germany in the Compeigne forest --
Churchill salutes the men of the Royal Air Force --
President Roosevelt picks the first draft number --
Roosevelt speaks of the grave danger to the U.S. --
Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret greet the children of the British Empire at Christmas --
Roosevelt tells of the American ideology --
Charles A. Lindbergh speaks in opposition to the Lend-Lease Bill --
Wendell Willkie comes to the president's aid --
Churchill announces the German attack on Russia --
Clement Atlee tells the House of Commons of the signing of the Atlantic Charter --
Churchill speaks to the conquered nations of Europe --
Churchill declares Britain's intention to fight Japan if the United States is attacked --
Japanese envoy Saburo Kurusu arrives in the U.S. for negotiations --
Foreign policy spokesman, on December 7, 1941 --
Flash of attack on Pearl Harbor and bulletins immediately following --
Eyewitness account of bombing of Manila --
Roosevelt declares war --
Announcement of defeat at Wake Island --
General Jonathan Wainwright surrenders U.S. forces on Bataan --
A survivor of the Bataan death march --
Admiral 'Bull' Halsey comments on the Japanese fighting man --
Churchill announces victory in Egypt --
Field Marshall Montgomery salutes his soldiers --
Roosevelt and Churchill meet at Casablanca --
Churchill announces African victory --
General Dwight Eisenhower announces the defeat of Italy, first of the Axis powers to surrender --
Description of the fighting on Kwajalein --
Rome falls --
D-Day, the Allied invasion of Fortress Europe --
Roosevelt's D-Day announcement --
The President leads the nation in prayer --
Description of the invasion fleet under attack --
A German plane is shot down --
An eyewitness to the invasion --
Description of Guam invasion --
Paris liberated --
Assassination attempt on General de Gaulle --
Report of Philippine liberation --
Broadcast from Manila --
General Douglas MacArthur speaks at liberation of Manila --
Secretary of the Navy, James Forrestal describes Iwo Jima flag-raising ceremony --
Broadcasts of European successes --
The bridge at Remagen is crossed, the gateway to Germany is open --
Sergeant Alexander Drabik, first man across the Remagen Bridge, tells of the crossing --
Flash of President Roosevelt's death --
Arthur Godfrey describes FDR's funeral --
Churchill tells of American-Russian link-up on the Elbe River --
Germany surrenders unconditionally --
Allied Supreme Commander Eisenhower announces Germany's surrender --
King George the sixth tells of victory. London crowds cheer Royal family --
Churchill speaks --
An eyewitness at the surrender ceremony --
Report of Okinawa victory --
Description of first atom bomb dropped on Hiroshima. President Truman speaks --
Russia enters war against Japan --
False reports of Japanese surrender --
Japan surrenders unconditionally --
Prime Minister Clement Atlee announces that peace now exists in the world --
General MacArthur accepts the Japanese surrender aboard the battleship Missouri.
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