Track 1) LUX RADIO THEATRE “The Master Race” George Colouris January 16
Track 10 through 18) NEWS CLIPS: Track 10) Gabriel Heater (out of sequence-May 8); Track 11)Iwo Jima, February 19; Track 12) Chris Wilmot, March 11; Track 13) Mandalay; Track 15) Lavenberg, March 24; Track 16) Wounded Glider, March 26; Track 17) Robert Barr, March 25; Track 18) Stuart McPherson
Track 1)WORLD NEWS TODAY CBS short wave broadcasts from overseas stations and reports from leading points in our country. From Hyde Park, President Roosevelt put to rest. Eric Sevreid – Flags at half staff around the world. News from Germany and France. New American Bomb used. German Field Marshall captured. Truman heads to Washington – April 15.
Trck 8) THIS IS MY BEST by Milton Geiger “I Will Not Go Back” Orson Welles-April 25
Track 15) RUMOR THAT GERMAN’S HAVE SURRENDERED Roger Kraut – April 8
Track 1) V.E. DAY President Truman announces end of the war, Churchill speaks of surrender, wasr to end 12:01 midnight, short wave from Paris, W.W. Chaplain re. Signing of peace document by Eisenhower, recap of morning press conference, H.V. Kaltenborn in S.F. speaks of freedom
Track 10)Paris: Commanding Generals and Admirals speak – May 8
Track 13) V. E. DAY “Milestones to Victory” recap 1945 to date, John W. VanderCook – May 8
Track 1)REPORT OF HITLER’S DEATH John Thompson, 1st Army-Germay; Seymour Korman, 7th Army-Bavaria; Pul Manning, 9th Army;Tom Bernodotti-Sweden - May 11
Track 5) A COMMON VIRTUE “The Battle of Iwo Jima” A Marine tribute of February, 1945
Track 8) I WAS THERE “The Story of Ernie Pyle” Bob Sweeney, Joe Duval, Hal March. Told by 2 servicemen and 1 servicewoman who saw him in action.
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