Posts Tagged ‘WWII January’

Jan 16

NBC Words At War Episode 54 “War Criminals and Punishment“

Words At War “War Criminals and Punishment“ Released July 4, 1944.

Words At War, the series that brings you radio versions of the leading war book another adaptation of an important war book, “War Criminals and Punishment”. Sponsored by: Johnson’s Wax. An open letter to Adolf Hitler. A dramatization about what to do with Nazi war criminals after they’re caught. A program based upon George Creel’s book War Criminals and Punishment. It poses the question, “What are we going to do with Hitler when we have ended the war that he started?” The show is brought to you in the form of an open letter to Hitler, written by a man who has read Creel’s book and wants to the American public to know what kind of job is ahead if justice is to be done.

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Jan 09

NBC Words At War Episode 53 “Fair Stood The Wind For France“

Words At War “Fair Stood The Wind For France“ Released June 27, 1944.

Words At War, the series that brings you radio versions of the leading war book another adaptation of an important war book, “Fair Stood The Wind For France”. A story of five American flyers shot down over France and the beautiful young French girl they meet.

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Jan 02

NBC Words At War “D-Day 5th War Bond Drive Special“

Words At War “D-Day 5th War Bond Drive Special“ Released June 13, 1944.

NBC and the Council of Books in Wartime bring you Words At War, the series that brings you radio versions of the leading war books, brings you further excerpts from “Here Is Your War”,  by war correspondent, Ernie Pyle.

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