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Conquest of Europe Sounds & Pictures






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Anthem&Wessel390901.wav

Immediately following Hitler's Kroll Opera House speech that day announcing the invasion of Poland, the assembled crowd sings "Deutschland ‹ber Alles" and "The Horst Wessel Song". German Ministry of Propaganda translators narrate.

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Last_Marseillaise_061440.wav

Barely audible, Paris plays the last "Marseillaise" of free France as the open city awaits the imminent arrival of the German Army.

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Priestley_on_Dunkirk.wav

J. B. Priestley's musing editorial on Dunkirk, BBC, 6/5/40.

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US_news_report_Compiegne_062140.wav

American news reports on the armistice negotiations between France and Germany in the Compiegne Forest, where the First World War's armistice was signed.

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wwii3r01.wav

Spring 1940 German broadcast announcing the collapse of British and French forces on the Western Front.

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wwii3r01a.wav

Excerpt from above, limited to the initial announcement of the Allied collapse.

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wwii3r03.wav

German broadcast announcing the fall of the Maginot Line and the declaration of Paris as an Open City.

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