CBS New York City interrupts the New York Giants/Brooklyn Dodgers football game to announce the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The above, limited to the news flash of the Pearl Harbor attack.
From the same as the above, limited to the News Flash itself.
A CBS Radio Network Flash announcing the attack on Pearl Harbor and Oahu.
Famous American radio commentator H. V. Kaltenborn does a sum-up of what was then known about the Pearl Harbor attack 30 minutes after it was first reported by Franklin Roosevelt.
NBC radio concludes an episode of "Sammy Kaye's Sunday Serenade" at Radio City, New York City, followed immediately by an announcement of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 2:28 EST, Dec. 7th, 1941.
RealAudio 3.0 Version.
Excerpt from above, limited to the Pearl Harbor News Flash.
Shocked and off-balance, NBC follows up on the above report with a live remote from Honolulu via telephone. An operator interrupts the call, and while waiting to reestablish contact, news shifts to Washington D.C. and continues on to bulletins from Honolulu, Washington, Berlin, San Francsico and Ottawa. The shock of the moment is movingly captured in an extraordinary manner. A true gem of an audio historical document, courtesy of Ian Holder. A RealAudio file.
NBC reports on attacks upon Manila and Oahu, 12/7/41.
The BBC's American correspondant Albert Lee Warner gives an emotionally tinged but disciplined account of reactions to the attack in America's capitol.
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