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This is our enemy. Program #36, part ll This is our enemy. Program #37, part ll.

Author: Ferdinand PecoraArnold MossPeggy AllenbyLois HolmesLouis SorinAll authors
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Domestic Radio Bureau Office of War Information, [1943]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : English
Database:WorldCat
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Program #36: A powerful drama of two cousins, one of which goes to America, the other remains in fascist Italy. A loyal Italian, the stay-at-home cousin is killed in the army as Germany betrays the trusting Italians. Justice Ferdinand Pecora, of the New York Supreme Court, speaks after the drama as an Italian-American with a son in Africa, fighting against the Italians. Program #37: A drama about the Nazi  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Radio propaganda
Historical radio programs
War radio programs
Public service radio programs
Radio docudramas
Radio serials
Drama
Personal narratives
Personal narratives, American
Personal narratives, German
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ferdinand Pecora; Arnold Moss; Peggy Allenby; Lois Holmes; Louis Sorin; Jackson Beck; Michael Fitzmaurice; Jim Backus; Bill Quinn; Bill Zuckert; Bill Lipton; Skip Homeier; Ronald Liss; Larry Robinson; Agnes Young; Charlotte Holland; Santos Ortega; Carl Emory; Clifford Stork; Kingsley Colton; Ralph Norman Wilkinson; Robert Russell Bennett; Frank Telford; Bernard C Schoenfeld; J David Goldin; United States. Office of War Information.; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.; Marr Sound Archives.
OCLC Number: 643541217
Notes: Columbia Recording Corp.: YTNY 1638 (matrix); YTNY 1655 (matrix).
Radio transcription of dramatizations which serve to describe Germany's policy of exterminating cities, farms, etc.; in part with music and sound effects. An Office of War Information syndication with cooperation of WOR and the Mutual network.
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Provenance: J. David Goldin collection.
Pressed transcription disc.
Credits: Frank Telford, director. Program #36: Don Ager, writer; Ralph Wilkinson, composer. Program #37: Bernard Schoenfeld, writer; Russell Bennett, composer.
Performer(s): Program #36: Ferdinand Pecora, guest; starring Arnold Moss, Peggy Allenby, Margaret Foster, Lois Holmes, Louis Sorin, Jackson Beck, Michael Fitzmaurice, James Backus, Bill Quinn, Bill Zuckert, Bill Lipton, Skippy Homeier, Ronald Liss, and Larry Robinson; Ralph Wilkinson, conductor. Program #37: Werner Torman , guest; starring Arnold Moss, Agnes Young, Charlotte Holland, Santos Ortega, James Backus, Carl Emory, Clifford Stork, Bill Lipton, and Kingsley Colton; Ralph Wilkinson, conductor.
Event notes: Originally broadcast Jan. 24, 1943 (Program #36) and Jan. 31, 1943 (Program #37), over Mutual network.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 16 in.
Other Titles: This is our enemy.
Program #37, part ll.
This is our enemy (Radio program)

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Program #36: A powerful drama of two cousins, one of which goes to America, the other remains in fascist Italy. A loyal Italian, the stay-at-home cousin is killed in the army as Germany betrays the trusting Italians. Justice Ferdinand Pecora, of the New York Supreme Court, speaks after the drama as an Italian-American with a son in Africa, fighting against the Italians. Program #37: A drama about the Nazi persecution of the Catholic Church, and of a brave priest in a small German town who resisted. Werner Torman , a German anti-Nazi who was driven from the country in 1933, speaks after the drama. He describes the efforts of the Nazi Party to eliminate the Church in Germany.

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