June 18, 1942 - News of Anglo-Soviet Pact. News of North African fighting. News of raids on Port Moresby in Australian front. Bulletins on Aleutians. Pending Japanese declaration of War on Russia. 2nd Anniversary of French Surrender.
News of the day for January 31, 1941. Greek troops advance in Albania, Italian armies retreat in Libya. Germans continue daylight raids over London. Hitler warns U.S. about intervention. Germans bomb Suez Canal. Siam (Thailand) issues demands via Japan to Vichy Government for surrender of Cambodia and one-fourth of Indo-China (Vietnam). Arguments for Foreign Aid and Lend-Lease on Capitol Hill. 520th day of War.
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Sunday Gramophone - Debussy - Jeux - The French National Orchestra, Conducted By Andre Cluytens - 1949
(Andre Cluytens - one of the true luminaries of French music . . .who happened to be Belgian) [media id=17117] A tiny cheat today. This recording
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Sunday Gramophone - Saint-Saens: Carnival Of The Animals - Ensemble Conducted By Edouard Lindenberg - 1953
(Featuring a Who's Who of French musicians from the 1940s) [media id=12705] Back to early lp's tonight with a recording issued only in France by O
(The Ondricek Quartet - Mozart in wartime) [media id=12620] Mozart this Sunday, as recorded in April of 1944 by German Odeon of the String Quartet
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