Two sound recordings with a compilation of Edward R. Murrow's radio broadcasts from Europe, 1939-1946, relating to military activities in Europe and the home front in Great Britain during World War II.
Contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, press releases, writings, transcripts and recordings of radio broadcasts, 1939-1973, and photographs relating to anti-Nazi and anti-communist movements in the United States, American foreign policy during the Cold War and American-German relations.
Contains writings, broadcast transcripts, correspondence, printed matter, phonorecords and photographs relating to politics, communism, internal security and anti-communist movements in the United States and to politics and communism in China and elsewhere.
Includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, speeches, writings and other printed matter relating to international relations, international education and the role of radio and television in education.
Clippings from American newspapers relating to American foreign and domestic policy during the New Deal and reflecting conservative criticism of that policy. Includes pamphlets issued by the American Liberty League, 1935-1936, and texts of broadcasts of the Ford Sunday Evening Hour, 1936-1940.
Includes correspondence with Harry Milton and others, broadcast transcripts, clippings, photographs and miscellany relating to the acquaintanceship of Milton with the British writer George Orwell in Spain during the Spanish Civil War.
A sound recording representing a compilation by Bud Greenspan of speeches, radio addresses and radio news broadcasts, 1940-1945, relating to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the events leading up to it and its aftermath. Includes facsimiles of pages from "The New York Times," December 6-9, 1941.
Includes writings, minutes of meetings, radio transcripts and serial issues relating to the promotion of patriotism in Hawaiian schools and within the Asian community in Hawaii and to military government in the Marshall Islands during World War II.
A collection of 57 sound recordings of broadcasts relating to American neutrality in World War II, the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor and the Philippines and the first weeks of American participation in the war. Includes speeches by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Great Britain and newscasts. Collection was compiled by Roy Pryor.
Contains correspondence and miscellanea relating to the broadcast of Salute to the War Mothers, 1942, and the publication of a pamphlet "Salute to the Gold Star Mothers," 1943, by the American Legion, San Francisco Post No.1.
Includes memoirs, broadcast transcripts, memoranda and reports, 1944-1945, relating to the activities of the Office of War Information during World War II and especially to its radio broadcasts of news and commentary in various languages to Europe from its London station.