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Miscellaneous WWII Britain Sounds & Pictures






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CharlesGardner-ConvoyAttack&Dogfight400714.wav

The BBC's Charles Gardner's controversial coverage of battle in the English Channel, 7/14/40.

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CharlesGardner400714-JU87sAttackConvoy.wav

From the above, from the beginning to the first bombing attacks on the convoy.

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Gardner_071440.wav

From the same as the above, from the beginning to the shooting down of the JU-87 Stuka Dive Bomber.

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CharlesGardner400714-JU87ShotDown.wav

From the same as the above, limited to the shooting down of the JU-87.

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CharlesGardner400714-FailedBombAttack.wav

From the same as the above, the Stukas continue to attack the convoy.

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CharlesGardner400714-'Sport'-likeSummation.wav

From the same as the above, Gardner concludes his broadcast with a summation that sounds more like a sports reporter delivering it than a war correspondant.

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GermanAttackOnBritishConvoy411111.wav

Aboard a British ship, the BBC's Robert Dougall gives live coverage of a German bomber attack on a British convoy in the North Atlantic.

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God_Save_The_King_090339.wav

The first "God Save The King" of the war, aired immediately following Chamberlain's and the King's announcement of war with Germany.

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GodSaveTheKing450508.wav

The first "God Save The King" of the return of peace to Europe, aired immediately following Churchill and the King's announcement of Germany's surrender to the Allies.

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PiccadillyCircusVJNight450815.mp3

Wynford Vaughn-Thomas reports live on wild VJ celebrations in London's Piccadilly Circus.

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wwiiuk01.wav

Sept. 1939 British Broadcast announcing Government restrictions on public gatherings.

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wwiiuk02.wav

Sept. 1939 British broadcast announcing air raid warning directives.

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LancasterCrewOverBerlin430903.wav

A recording of a British Lancaster Bomber Crew on a mission to Berlin.

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LancasterCrewOverBerlin430903-BombDropFighterDown.wav

From the above, at the instant bombs are dropped, a German fighter attacks and is shot down. A unique event captured forever in audio.

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BeAnEngland.wav

Closing refrain of "There'll Always Be An England". Many skeletal British POWs released from Japanese captivity sang this as they marched sarong-clad from the camps.

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