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This is our enemy. Program #38, part II This is our enemy. Program #39, part II.

Author: Ernst FraenkelRalph Norman WilkinsonArnold MossIrene HubbardPhyllis Dobson, radio actress.All authors
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Office of War Information, Domestic Radio Bureau, [1943]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : English
Database:WorldCat
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Program #38: A program highlighting the Nazi suppression of the rights of Habeas Corpus with a radio adaptation of the Irmgard Litten's book, Beyond tears. Hans Litten is unlawfully imprisoned by Hitler. Ernst Fraenkel, an acquaintance of Litten speaks about Nazi Germany at the end of the drama. Program #39: A dramatization of a quiet street in Warsaw, the people who lived there, and how the Nazi attack affected  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Radio propaganda
Historical radio programs
War radio programs
Radio adaptations
Public service radio programs
Radio docudramas
Radio serials
Drama
History
Personal narratives
Named Person: Hans Litten; Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler; Hans Litten
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ernst Fraenkel; Ralph Norman Wilkinson; Arnold Moss; Irene Hubbard; Phyllis Dobson, radio actress.; Agnes Young; Gladys Thornton; Ed Latimer; Ian Martin; Jackson Beck; Michael Fitzmaurice; Richard Gordon; Jack Hartley; Bill Lipton; Ronald Liss; Nathan Van Cleave; Frank Telford; Dorothea J Lewis; J David Goldin; Irmgard Litten; United States. Office of War Information.; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.; Marr Sound Archives.
OCLC Number: 638979621
Notes: Columbia Recording Corp.: YTNY 1670 (matrix); YTNY 1700 (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 #38: Adapted by Dorothea J. Lewis; music by Ralph Wilkinson. Program #39: Script by Dorothea J. Lewis; music by Nathan Van Cleave.
Performer(s): Program #38: Ernst Fraenkel, guest speaker; Ralph Wilkinson, conductor; various actors. Program #39: Starring Arnold Moss, Irene Hubbard, Phyllis Dobson, Agnes Young, Gladys Thornton, Ed Latimer, Ian Martin, Jackson Beck, Michael Fitzmaurice, Richard Gordon, Jack Hartley, Bill Lipton, and Ronald Liss; Nathan Van Cleave, conductor.
Event notes: Originally broadcast Feb. 7, 1943 (Program #38) and Feb. 14, 1943 (Program #39), over Mutual network.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 16 in.
Other Titles: This is our enemy.
Program #39, part II.
This is our enemy (Radio program)

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Program #38: A program highlighting the Nazi suppression of the rights of Habeas Corpus with a radio adaptation of the Irmgard Litten's book, Beyond tears. Hans Litten is unlawfully imprisoned by Hitler. Ernst Fraenkel, an acquaintance of Litten speaks about Nazi Germany at the end of the drama. Program #39: A dramatization of a quiet street in Warsaw, the people who lived there, and how the Nazi attack affected them. A young resident of Warsaw speaks about her experiences in the attack after the drama.

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