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Various - The Words & Music Of World War II MP3

Performer:

Various

Title:

The Words & Music Of World War II

Genre:

Other records / Folk, Country

MP3 album size:

2698 mb

Label:

Columbia, Legacy

Rating:

4.4

Country:

US

Catalog:

C2K 48516

Various - The Words & Music Of World War II MP3

Tracklist

1Unknown ArtistIndian Summer (Extract)
2No ArtistPaul O'Leary, Deputy Administrator In Charge Of Rationing, Discusses Problems With A Typical Housewife And Her Grocer
Voice – Paul O'Leary
3Unknown ArtistWe'll Meet Again (Extract)
4No ArtistGeneral MacArthur Announces The Surrender Of The Japanese Aboard The USS Missouri In Tokyo Bay
Voice – General MacArthur
5Unknown ArtistI Don't Want To Walk Without You (Extract)
6No ArtistPresident Roosevelt Declares War. December 8th, 1941
Voice – President Roosevelt
7Unknown ArtistI Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen (Extract)
8Unknown ArtistThe Last Time I Saw Paris (Extract)
9No ArtistPresident Truman Announces The Dropping Of The First Atomic Bomb Over Hiroshima
Voice – President Truman
10Unknown ArtistYou're A Sap, Mr. Jap (Extract)
11No ArtistBritish Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain Returns From Munich, September 29th, 1938
12No ArtistThe Deepest Shelter In Town
13No ArtistPresident Roosevelt "Arsenal Of Democracy" Speech To Congress, Spring 1941
Voice – President Roosevelt
14Unknown ArtistJoltin' Joe DiMaggio (Extract)
15Unknown ArtistStalin Wasn't Stallin'
16Unknown ArtistYalta (Extract)
17No ArtistEd Murrow On The Devastation Of London, 1940
Voice – Ed Murrow
18Unknown ArtistComin' On A Wing And A Prayer
19No ArtistEd Murrow On The Retreat From Dunkirk, June 1940
Voice – Ed Murrow
20No ArtistAir Raid Siren: "All Clear" Signal
21Unknown ArtistMy Sister And I (Extract)
22Unknown ArtistIt's Been A Long, Long Time
23Unknown ArtistYou'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
24Unknown ArtistMa, I Miss Your Apple Pie (Extract)
25Unknown ArtistWhen That Man Is Dead And Gone (Extract)
26No ArtistAir-raid Siren "Warning"
27No ArtistLondon Pride
28No ArtistTokyo Rose Broadcasts To The American Troops In The Pacific
29Unknown ArtistI'll Buy That Dream (Extract)
30No ArtistPearl Harbor Is Attacked, December 7th, 1941
31Unknown ArtistKeep 'Em Flying (Extract)
32Unknown ArtistThe Umbrella Man (Extract)
33Unknown ArtistDawn Of a New Day (Extract)
34No ArtistNeville Chamberlain Declares War, September 3rd, 1939
Voice – Neville Chamberlain
35No ArtistThe Unconditional Surrender Of The Japanese Is Announced
36No ArtistNews Flashes On The German Advance Across Europe: France Surrenders
37Unknown ArtistSentimental Journey (Extract)
38Unknown ArtistWhen The Lights Go Again (Extract)
39Unknown ArtistWonder When My Baby's Coming Home
40No ArtistOn-The-Spot Account Of American Forces Landing On Iwo Jima
41Unknown ArtistBell Bottom Trousers (Extract)
42No ArtistHitler Speaks: Death Of Hitler Is Reported
43Unknown ArtistFinale
44No ArtistEd Murrow Broadcasts His Experiences On A Bomb Raid Over Berli
Voice – Ed Murrow
45Unknown ArtistThey're Either Too Young Or Too Old
46No ArtistThe London Blitz, Fall 1940
47Unknown ArtistMy Guy's Come Back
48Unknown ArtistA Little Old Church In England (Extract)
49Unknown ArtistAtom And Evil (Extract)
50Unknown ArtistLili Marlene
51Unknown ArtistDon't Sit Under The Apple Tree (Extract)
52Unknown ArtistDer Fuhrer's Face (Extract)
53Unknown ArtistBoogie Woogie Bugle Boy (Extract)
54No ArtistInterview Outside Voltee Aircraft Plant, Nashville, Tennessee
55Unknown ArtistThere Won't Be A Shortage Of Love (Extract)
56No ArtistWinston Churchill Tells America "Give Us The Tools And We'll Finish The Job"
Voice – Winston Churchill
57Unknown ArtistThis Is The Army, Mr. Jones (Extract)
58No ArtistGirls, Don't Refuse To Kiss A Soldier
59No ArtistWilliam Joyce "Lord Haw-Haw" Over German Radio
Voice – William Joyce
60Unknown ArtistThe Marines' Hymn (Extract)
61No ArtistPresident Roosevelt Addresses Congress On The Results Of The Three-Power Yalta Conference, February 1945
Voice – President Roosevelt
62No ArtistPresident Roosevelt Labor Day 1941 Address
Voice – President Roosevelt
63Unknown ArtistHarlem On Parade (Extract)
64Unknown ArtistStars And Stripes On Iwo Jima (Extract)
65Unknown ArtistFightin' Doug MacArthur (Extract)
66No ArtistPresident Roosevelt Opens The New York World's Fair
67Unknown ArtistPraise the Lord And Pass The Ammunition (Extract)
68Unknown ArtistDon't Fence Me In (Extract)
69Unknown ArtistPistol Packin' Mama (Extract)
70No ArtistRemember Pearl Harbor
71Unknown ArtistFDR Jones (Extract)
72Unknown ArtistWaitin' For The Train To Come In (Extract)
73Unknown ArtistAny Bonds Today (Extract)
74Unknown ArtistI'm Gonna Love That Guy (Like He's Never Been Loved Before) (Extract)
75No ArtistEd Murrow Broadcasts On The Evacuation Of Children From London, September 1939
Voice – Ed Murrow
76Unknown ArtistI Don't Want To Set The World On Fire (Extract)
77Unknown Artist(There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover (Extract)
78No ArtistWe Did It Before And We Can Do it Again
79No ArtistMary Anderson, Director Of The Women's Bureau, Department Of Labor, On Women's Value To The War Effort
Voice – Mary Anderson

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