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GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO. War on Radio . Renton WA: ToPics Entertainment, 2002. First Edition. 9.8 x 9.5 x 1.3. Audio. As New / As New. ISBN: 1591500184. BARGIN SALE!! HALF OFF!! 8 Compact Discs, over 6 hours of Memorable speeches, testimonials, and live accounts Relive the dramatic unfolding of WWII with "War On Radio", a remarkable collection of historic radio broadcasts transmitted during the war. This timeless, 8-CD suite of declarations, addresses and first-hand accounts from the front lines of battle capture the emotion, patriotism and spirit of our soldiers and allied leaders. Hear both serious and lighthearted testimonials from troops deep within military missions. Recapture the steadfast resolve of an emotional Franklin Delano Roosevelt as he declares war after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. From the eloquent speeches of Winston Churchill to the last, desperate proclamations of defeated German propagandists, War on Radio revives the broadcasts that gave the world an inside glimpse into the triumphs and tragedies of this momentous conflict. CD #1 Featuring: Winston Churchills 1939 address following the German Invasion of Poland FDRs address in September 1941 where he demonstrates support for the allied cause. News report from Honolulu describing the events of the attack on Pearl Harbor. FDRs December 8, 1941 speech declaring war after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. German propaganda broadcast featuring anti-allied supporter "Paul Revere." (48:20) CD #2 Featuring: U.S. General Anthony McAuliffes live report from Bostogna, France during the Battle of the Bulge. Radio clips from support personnel during the last years of the war. Radio broadcast during the allied liberation of Paris. Broadcast from the infamous German propagandist, "Lord Haw-Haw." May 2, 1945 broadcast of the German Forces surrender in Caserta, Italy. War correspondent, Howard K. Smiths accounts of the city of Berlin after the allied invasion. (54:21) CD #3 Featuring: Broadcast from the islands of Kwajalein where allied forces defeated Japanese opposition. April 1945 broadcast describing the allied assault on Okinawa. Accounts of a "Bataan Death march" survivor. Report from aboard a naval cruiser during the invasion of Normandy. (53:10) CD #4 Featuring: "Dawn Launch of the Wildcats" - broadcast from an aircraft carrier as planes depart for combat missions. Description of the April 1942 bomber assault on Japan. "Army Hour" radio program transmitted from inside a C-47 transport plane dropping paratroopers. march 1944 report of a U.S. Navy bombing mission against Japanese forces. Broadcast from the cockpits of bombers flying over Germany. (45:55) CD #5 Featuring: The radio program, "Fighting Army Air Force," complete with music and interviews from the summer of 1945. (59:40) CD #6 featuring: Live broadcast from the front lines of battle during the first American landing in Guam "Fighting AAF" broadcast featuring interviews with paratroopers and a former POW (57:18) CD #7 Featuring: News reports relaying the progress of American combat efforts in Iwo Jima. (47:55) CD #8 Featuring: Radio broadcast from general Jonathan Wainwright announcing surrender instructions from Corregidor. General MacArthurs famous speech declaring the liberation of the Philippines. (42:54) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.