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D-Day Sounds & Pictures






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Eisenhower-D-DaySpeechToAEF.mp3

The recorded message of Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in Europe played to the soldiers, sailors and airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force immediately prior to their embarking on the D-Day invasion.

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Montgomery_060544.wav

General Montgomery addresses the Allied Expeditionary Force, 6/5/44, on the eve of the D-Day landings.

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SealedShipLearnsD-DayDetails440603.mp3

BBC recorded report of a D-Day ship's receiving its orders immediately prior to the Normandy invasions.

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1stD-DayAircraftTakesOff440605.mp3

BBC recorded coverage of the taking-off of the very first aircraft to participate in the D-Day landings.

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BBC_D-Day_announcement.wav

The BBC first announces the D-Day landings in Normandy, 6/6/44.

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D-DayBulletinOnLandingSuccess.wav

An American news bulletin from London announcing the success of Allied landings in Normandy.

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Dit-dit-dit-dah.wav

The Opening Theme of Allied broadcasts to Western Europe. Its "dit-dit-dit-dah" morse code melody, played on a tympani drum to the tune of the opening bar of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, was used by the Allies to signify "Victory in Europe".

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Eisenhower's_D-Day_broadcast_to_Western_Europe.wav

The broadcast of Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in Europe to the peoples of France and Western Europe on D-Day, 6/6/44, in its entirety.

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RealAudio 3.0 Version.

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eisndday.wav

Excerpt from the above, limited to the first three sentences of Eisenhower's address.
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FDR440606.mp3

The President's broadcast to the nation on D-Day, in its entirety, where he leads the nation in prayer for the success of the nation's arms and the sustenance of the country's efforts in support of them.

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