April 18, 1941 - Yugoslavia surrenders to Germany. Balkans come under Nazi control. Greece next. British bombers raid Germany. German bombers raid Britain. British public opinion runs against government action. Capitol Hill - Senators accused of trying to get deferments for sons and constituents. Soft Coal strike continues. Bills introduced to prevent strikes in Defense industries. Anticipated heated argument over Convoy Bill.
February 27, 1960. Eisenhower arrives in Buenos Aires Princess Margaret engaged to Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Troops massed on Israel-Lebanon border. Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley, California. Senate in 11th day of Civil Rights debate. Global Range Ballistic Missiles in future. Pigeons and Starlings overtake Capitol Hill buildings.
Newstalgia Downbeat with Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra featuring Tommy Tedesco, guitar recorded live at the Palladium in Hollywood, September 28, 1953 for NBC Radio's All-Star Parade Of Bands.
Weekend Talkshows Past - ABC Radio's From The Capitol for January 21, 1964 - interviewed is New York Congressman Jacob Javits regarding the crisis in the Panama Canal Zone and its implications for our Foreign Policy in Latin America. Also featured is ABC Hourly News for January 21st and reports on the upcoming Primaries and the Presidential race for 1964.
News for this day in history - November 28, 1942. The destruction of the French fleet, fourth largest in the world, at Toulon. Russian Army making advances. Rommel in North Africa. World War 2.