June 22, 1941 - Germany declares War on Russia and begins its invasion. Non-stop bulletins and updates.
June 11, 1940. German Armies cross Seine at several points, heading to Paris. French resistance failing. Germans bomb French ports. FDR signs Neutrality pact barring U.S. shipping in Mediterranean. Italian planes bomb Malta. RAF counter-attacks on Italian bases in Africa. Wife of N.Y. Times Editor James Reston explains reasons for fleeing War Zone. French Government moves to Tours. Refugees fleeing Paris.
April 30, 1945. News on eventual capitulation of Nazi government. Russians take Berlin. German cities come under Allied occupation. Allied Armies reach Dachau concentration camp. Heinrich Himmler assumes head of German government, negotiates surrender terms. War in Europe on the verge of being over.
"We Don't Anticipate Any Trouble" - reaction to the verdict in the Rodney King Beating Trial, resulting in the L.A. riots, on April 29, 1992. We're close! Please donate to keep Newstalgia up and running!
April 19, 1995 - "We didn't Hear Anything, just death" - news of the Oklahoma City bombing on this day, as reported by CBS Radio and an excerpt of the day's news.
February 21, 1942 - Scorched Earth and Martial Law. News of the war not going well in the Pacific, worries of an invasion of Australia, Internment of Japanese-Americans living on West Coast of U.S. begins. Martial Law in Hawaii. Fall of Singapore. Sea battle off Bali. Attacks on Rangoon. Capitol Hill debate on War Powers Bill.
News bulletins and reports on this day in September 1938, regarding the Munich Crisis and Germany's annexation of the Sudeten region of Czechoslovakia.