June 6, 1944 - Sixty-eight years ago, the Allies invaded France in what would be a turning point in World War 2. A one-hour extract from continuous coverage of the days events, as broadcast over CBS Radio on June 6, 1944.
Nights at the Roundtable with Frank Sinatra from Your Hit Parade and "I'll Walk Alone" from the broadcast of October 21, 1944.
Nights at The Roundtable featuring Frank Sinatra singing "Oh, You Beautiful Doll" from The Vimms Program, broadcast in 1944.
This day in history - January 26, 1944 - the Italian campaign continues slowly. Soviet Union refuses to recognize Polish government in exile based on reiterating Nazi propaganda about alleged Russian atrocities. Argentina cuts off ties to Germany. The Black Market is alive and well and thriving in the U.S., based on undercover investigations.
U.S. Army advancing into Germany. Fingers still crossed the war would be over by Christmas. The news on this day in December in 1944 was all about Allied Advances. On the Western Front, General Patton's 3rd Army established a bridgehead at The
The complete FDR Address of January 11, 1944 - FDR's Second Bill of Rights.
News of the day for June 6, 1944. Invasion of France by Allied armies on this day sixty-seven years ago.
Nothing political this time, or urgent, earth shattering news of historic importance. Just a sampling of Mexican Radio in 1944. A program sponsored (somewhat endlessly) by Chicklets featuring singers Sofia Alvarez and Eduardo Solis and a wide
News of the day for January 26, 1944 - Argentina cuts diplomatic ties with Berlin and Tokyo, Allies pushing into Italy, Soviet Union denounces exiled Polish government over alleged massacre of civilians, and the Black Market settles in all over America.
States of the Union past - President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivers a pre-recorded State of the Union Address owing to a bout with the flu, on January 11, 1944.
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