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World War I: An Audio History WWI MP3 CD

World War I: An Audio History WWI MP3 CD
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The Actual Records, Cylinders, Speeches & Songs Listened To By A Nation Off To Fight The Great War! Over 12 Hours Packed Into 271 MP3s On 1 CD!

Contents:

SPOKEN WORD:



1919_x02 Thomas A Edison - Let Us Not Forget (WWI speech) | Alfred von Tirpitz - German Government | Alfred von Tirpitz - Incites Sailors To Unrestricted U-Boat Warfare | Armistice Day Memorial Albert Hall 1927 - Cheer For Prince Edward | Armistice Day Memorial Albert Hall 1927 - Prince Edward Addresses Assembly | Arrival of British Troops in France 1916 | Billy Murray - Down In The U-17 | British Troops 1918 - Gas Shells Bombardment | Churchill191811-'WinTheGreatPeace' | Conrad von Hotzendorf - Military Order of the Day | Edison-AlliedContributionsToWWI | Emperor Franz Josef I - Endorsement of Austrian Widows & Orphans Fund | Emperor Franz Josef Sends Off Troops 1914 | Emperor Karl I - Endorsement of Austrian Widows & Orphans Fund | Empire Builders - Armistice Day 301111 | FDR_Americanism_1920 | Gen. Joseph Joffre - Greeting US Soldiers to France 1917 | General Foch - Lafayette, Washington & Liberty 1917 | German Christmas at the Front 1915 | German Trench Scenes 1916 - Nach der Einnahme von Warschau | Greek Prime Minister Eleutherios Venizelos 1917 - The British Empire Against Germany | Hindenburg Commends Troops On Tannenberg Victory 1914 | Italian CinC Armando Diaz 1918 - The End of the War Announcement | John D Rockefeller 1917 - Fundraising | Julius Salay - World War I Scenes 1916 Part 1 | Julius Salay - World War I Scenes 1916 Part 2 | Kaiser Wilhelm Exhorts Subjects To War 1914 | Lady Margot Asquith 1918 - August 1914 | Louise Kirkby-Lunn 1917 - Kipling's ''Have You News Of My Boy Jack'' | Loyalty_James_Gerard_Watson | Luigi Cadorna - Defeat at Caporetto | Major A E Rees - In The Trenches 1917 | Samuel Gompers - Labor's Service To Freedom 1917 | Sergeant E Dwyer VC - With Our Boys At The Front | U.S. Naval Secretary Josephus Daniels 1918 - The Navy Is Ready | U.S. Secretary of War Newton Baker 1919 - The League Of Nations | U.S. Treasury Secretary William Gibbs McAdoo 1917 (recorded 1918) - American Rights | US Ambassodor to Germany James Gerard Watson - Loyalty | US Gen. Jack Pershing -1918 From The Battlefield Of France | US Sec'y of War Newton Baker 1917 - At The Front | US Senate Whip James Hamilton Lewis 1917 - Call To America | Warren G Harding - Acceptance Speech | Warren G Harding 1917 - The Republic Must Awaken | Woodrow Wilson - Democracy



SONGS:



1889_x01 - Brass Band (Oldest known band recording) - 5th Regt March 1889 | 1890_001 - US Marine Band - Semper Fidelis 128 S (1.51)(short) | 1890_002 - US Marine Band - Washington Post 160 JS (2.01) | 1890_003 - US Marine Band - The Thunderer 128 S (2.20) | 1894_012 - U.S. Marine Band - Manhattan Beach 128 S (2.27) | 1895_003 - Sousa's Band - El Capitan March 128 JS (2.10) | 1895_011 - Sousa's Band - Washington Post March 128 JS (2.02) | 1895_x04 USMC Band - The Star Spangled Banner | 1897_003 - Sousa's Band - The Stars And Stripes Forever (64 JS 2.07) | 1897_x05 Edison Concert Band - Liberty Bell March | 1898_x07 Columbia Orch - Charge of Roosevelt's Rough Riders | 1898_x11 Frank Stanley - Just Before the Battle, Mother | 1898_x18 Joseph P Cullen & Willian G Collins - Berkeley March | 1899_x11 Ethel Jackson - The Soldiers in the Park Verses 3 & 4 | 1899_x12 Ethel Jackson - The Soldiers in the Park Verses 5 & 6 | 1899_x14 Issler's Popular Orch - Fifth Regiment March | 1901_009 - Sousa's Band - The Stars And Stripes Forever 192 S (2.40) | 1901_037 - Sousa's Band - American Patrol 96 M (3.05) | 1901_051 Sousa's Band - The Invincible Eagle #4 | 1901_Harry McDonough - Goodbye Dolly Gray | 1901_x33 USMC Fife & Drum Corps - The Star & Stripes Forever | 1902_x08 Byron G Harlan - That Fifer of the Old Drum Corps | 1903_043 - Sousa's Band - Jack Tar March 112 M (2.51) | 1903_Shatrov - God Save the Tsar | 1904_Billy Murray - Yankee Doodle Boy | 1904_x32 Edison Q - Soldier's Farewell | 1905_002 - Billy Murray - Yankee Doodle Boy 128 JS (2.11) | 1905_095 - Frank Stanley & Byron G. Harlan - Soldier Boy 160 JS (2.34) | 1905_103 - Frank Stanley & Byron G. Harlan - The Battle Cry Of Freedom 128 JS (2.52) | 1905_x09 Billy Murray - Bunker Hill | 1906_001 - Billy Murray - The Grand Old Rag (80 M 2.36) | 1906_001 - Billy Murray - The Grand Old Rag (You're a Grand Old Flag) (Zon-o-Phone) 96 JS (2.51) | 1906_058 - Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - The Leader Of The German Band (128 JS 2.48) | 1907_023 - U.S. Marine Band - Maple Leaf Rag 128 S (2.30) | 1908_092 Billy Murray - Yankee Doodle's Come to Town (Cohan) #8 | 1908_099 Arthur Pryor's Band - Happy Days March #9 | 1908_x22 Billy Murray - The Lanky Yankee Boys in Blue | 1909_024 - Sousa's Band - El Capitan March 128 JS (2.10) | 1909_090 - Sousa's Band - Fairest Of The Fair March 128 JS (2.52) | 1911_x04 George M Cohan - I Want to Hear a Yankee Doodle Tune | 1912_American Quartet & Billy Murray - Oh, You Beautiful Doll | 1912_Clara Butt - Land Of Hope And Glory | 1912_Peter Dawson - Little Grey Home In The West | 1914_American Quartet & Billy Murray - It's A Long Long Way | 1914_Arthur Boyton - Are We Downhearted | 1914_Collins & Harlan - Aba Daba Honeymoon | 1914_Edna Thornton - Your King And Country Want You | 1914_F Wheeler - Boys In Khaki, Boys In Blue | 1914_Harry Marlow - When Tommy Comes Marching Home | 1914_Helen Clark - Your King And Country Want You | 1914_Henry Burr & Peerless Quartet - While They Were Dancing Around | 1914_Jack Charman - Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts | 1914_Jolly Jesters - The Battle That Wasn't | 1914_Maggie Teyte - The Homes They Leave Behind | 1914_Metropolitan Military Band - United Forces March | 1914_Penrose And Whitlock - Potsdam | 1914_Stanley Kirkby - We Didn't Want To Fight | 1914_Violet Lorraine - Three Cheers For Little Belgium | 1914_Whit Cunliffe - Hoch, Hoch Der Kaiser | 1914_Whit Cunliffe - Tow The Row, Row | 1915_001 - John McCormack - It's A Long, Long Way To Tipperary 80 M (3.09) | 1915_006 - Peerless Quartet - I Didn't Raise My Boy To be A Soldier 80 M (2.59) | 1915_008 - Morton Harvey - I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier 80 M (2.59) | 1915_021 - Harry MacDonough & Olive Kline - Auf Wiedersehen 112 M (3.16) | 1915_040 - Bert Williams - I'm Neutral 64 M (3.02) | 1915_054 - Cal Stewart - War Talk at Pun'kin Center 128 JS (3.08) | 1915_064 - Al Jolson - Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts For Soldiers (256 S 3.08) | 1915_070 - Irving Kaufman - We'll Build A Little Home In The U.S.A. 128 JS (4.20) | 1915_075 Billy Murray - Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts for Solders #7 | 1915_078 - Margaret Woodrow Wilson - The Star-Spangled Banner 128 JS (3.20) | 1915_092 - Albert Farrington - It's A Long, Long Way To Tipperary 112 M (3.51) | 1915_Alfred Lester - A Concientious Objector | 1915_Bert Williams - I'm Neutral Columbia 1915 | 1915_Billy Murray - Don't Bite The Hand That's Feeding You | 1915_Black Diamonds Band - We All Went Marching Home | 1915_F Wheeler - Here We Are, Here We Are Again | 1915_Harry Champion - A Little Bit Of Cucumber | 1915_Harry Champion - Doctor Shelley | 1915_Harry Champion - My Old Iron Cross | 1915_Jack Charman - Mademoiselle From Armentieres | 1915_Lorraine And Thorne - When We've Wound Up | 1915_Mark Sheridan - Belgium Put The Kibosh On The Kaiser | 1915_Robert Carr - Laddie In Khaki | 1915_Robert Carr - The Old Contemptibles | 1915_Robert Carr - We Must All Fall In | 1915_Royal Court Orchestra - Our Whistling Tommies | 1915_Stanley Kirkby - Somewhere in France, Dear Mother | 1916_014 - James F. Harrison - Keep The Home Fires Burning (Till The Boys Come Home) (80 M 2.41) | 1916_015 - Prince's Orch. - The Star-Spangled Banner (80 M 3.27) | 1916_017 - Columbia Mixed Double Quartet - America (80 M 3.06) | 1916_047 Sam Ash - America I Love You #4 | 1916_065 American Q w B Murray - America, I Love You ^#5 | 1916_133 - Billy Murray - When I Get Back To The U.S.A. (128 JS 2.36) | 1916_Fanning And Fortune - The Tanks That Broke The Ranks | 1916_Gervase Elwes - In Summertime On Bredon | 1916_Gus Harris - Sergeant Solomon Isaacstein | 1916_Harry Cove - Marching Back to Blighty | 1916_Kirby and Cove - When You're a Long Way From Home | 1916_Marie Lloyd - Now You've Got The Khaki On | 1916_Murray Johnson - Pack Up Your Troubles | 1916_Stanley Kirkby - Till The Boys Come Home | 1916_Tom Clare - Who Bashed Bill Kaiser | 1916_Violet Lorraine and George Robey - If You Were The Only Girl In The World | 1916_Walter Van Brunt - Don't Bite The Hand That's Feeding You | 1916_William Thomas - The Rose Of No-Man's Land | 1917_001 - American Quartet - Over There 80 M (2.54) | 1917_007 - Nora Bayes - Over There 80 M (2.57) | 1917_010 - John McCormack - The Star-Spangled Banner 80 M (2.45) | 1917_011 - Peerless Quartet - Over There VBR | 1917_013 - American Quartet - Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France 80 M (2.54) | 1917_015 - Henry Burr - Joan Of Arc 128 JS (3.19) | 1917_034 - Peerless Quartet - America, Here's My Boy 112 M (2.43) | 1917_054 - Reinald Werrenrath - Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag And Smile, Smile, Smile 80 M (3.11) | 1917_059 - Peerless Quartet - For Your Country And My Country 128 JS (3.12) | 1917_064 - Nora Bayes - (Goodbye, And Luck Be with You) Laddie Boy 160 JS (3.02) | 1917_072 - Billy Murray - Over There 80 M (3.33) | 1917_115 - American Quartet - Let's All be Americans Now 128 JS (2.57) | 1917_130 Prince's Orch - For the Freedom of the World #9 | 1917_131 Shannon 4 - I May Be Gone for a Long, Long Time #9 | 1917_American Quartet & Billy Murray - Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny Oh | 1917_Arthur Fields - Where Do We Go From Here | 1917_Billy Murray - I'd Feel At Home If They'd Let Me Join the Army | 1917_Billy Murray - Where Do We Go From Here | 1917_Canti Alpini - Monte Canino | 1917_Ernie Mayne - Farmyard On The Brain | 1917_Ernie Mayne - Lloyd George's Beer | 1917_Ernie Mayne - My Meatless Day | 1917_Ernie Mayne - Sugar | 1917_Florrie Forde - Never Mind The Food Controller | 1917_Florrie Forde - Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty | 1917_Herbert Payne - Smoke Clouds | 1917_J Phillips and Helen Clark - Don't Take My Darling Boy Away | 1917_John McCormack - Keep The Home Fires Burning | 1917_John McCormack - There's A Long, Long Trail A-Winding | 1917_Maurice Burkhart - It's A Long Way To Berlin But We'll Get There | 1917_Peerless Quartet - I Don't Know Where I'm Going | 1917_Peerless Quartet - Liberty Bell (It's Time To Ring Me Again) | 1917_Peter Dawson - A Bachelor Gay | 1917_Vesta Tilley - I've A Bit Of A 'Blighty One' | 1918_004 - Arthur Fields - Oh, How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning VBR | 1918_005 - John McCormack - Send Me Away With A Smile (80 M 2.40) | 1918_006 - Irving Kaufman - Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here (80 M 3.02) | 1918_009 - Enrico Caruso - Over There (80 JS 2.48) | 1918_011 - Peerless Quartet - I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I'm On My Way (128 JS 2.18) | 1918_014 - Columbia Stellar Quartet - The Battle Hymn Of The Republic (80 M 3.08) | 1918_018 - Henry Burr - Somewhere In France Is The Lily (128 JS 3.37) | 1918_020 - Arthur Fields - Oui, Oui, Marie 112 M (2.50) | 1918_021 - Henry Burr-Albert Campbell - Your Lips Are No Man's Land (128k 3.06) | 1918_036 - Peerless Quartet - We're Going Over (128 JS 2.35) | 1918_037 - Sousa's Band - Liberty Loan March 112 M (3.13) | 1918_043 Marion Harris - When Alexander Takes Ragtime Band to France #4 | 1918_045 - Lewis James - My Baby Boy (96 M 3.10) | 1918_046 - Peerless Quartet - For Your Boy And My Boy (128 JS 3.07) | 1918_047 - Peerless Quartet - I'm Gonna Pin My Medal on The Girl I Left Behind 112 M (3.16) | 1918_055 Percy Hemus - On the Road to Home Sweet Home #5 | 1918_074 - Peerless Quartet - I May Stay Away A Little Longer (128 JS 2.39) | 1918_087 - Nora Bayes - The Man Who Put The Germ In Germany (160 JS 3.45) | 1918_102 Charles Hart - Somewhere in France is a Lily #8 | 1918_105 - Peerless Quartet - Au Revoir But Not Good-Bye, Soldier Boy (128 JS 3.06) | 1918_108 - Arthur Fields - Oh! Frenchy (80 M 3.06) | 1918_123 - Henry Burr - Three Wonderful Letters from Home 112 M (3.18) | 1918_123alt - Henry Burr - Three Wonderful Letters from Home (another version) 112 M (3.12) | 1918_124 - Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - When Uncle Joe Steps Into France (128 JS 2.51) | 1918_126 Charles Hart & Shannon 4 - The Last Long Mile #9 | 1918_139 - Henry Burr & Elizabeth Spencer - I'm Going To Follow The Boys (128 JS 3.11) | 1918_Al Jolson - Tell That To The Marines Columbia 1918 | 1918_American Quartet - You're A Grand Old Flag | 1918_American Quartet & Billy Murray - The Yanks Are At It Again | 1918_Arthur Fields - Good Morning Mr Zip-Zip-Zip | 1918_Arthur Fields - Hunting the Hun | 1918_Arthur Fields - The Yanks Started Yankin | 1918_Arthur Fields - You Can't Beat Us | 1918_Arthur Fields & Peerless Quartet - When I Send You a Picture Of London | 1918_Billy Murray - K-K-K-Katy | 1918_Courtland And Jeffries - Good Bye-ee | 1918_Courtland And Jeffries - Oh, It's A Lovely War | 1918_Eddie Cantor - Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning | 1918_Ella Retford - They All Look Alike In Khaki | 1918_Giovanni Martinelli - La Leggenda del Piave | 1918_Harry Fay - How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm | 1918_Henry Burr - Hello Central! Give Me No Man's Land | 1918_Henry Burr - Just A Baby's Prayer at Twilight | 1918_Henry Burr - The Rose of No-Man's Land | 1918_Inni della Patria - Canzone del Grappa | 1918_Military Band - The Grand Peace Record | 1918_Peerless Quartet - I'm Gonna Pin My Medal On The Girl I Left Behind | 1918_Peerless Quartet - We'll Do Our Share (While You're Over There) | 1918_Peerless Quartet - We Don't Want The Bacon | 1918_Peerless Quartet & Henry Burr - Keep the Trench Fires Going For The Boys Out There | 1918_Van & Schenck - I Don't Want To Get Well | 1918_Vernon Dalhart and Gladys Price - Till We Meet Again | 1918_x02 American Q w B Murray - Round Her Neck She Wears Yeller Ribbon | 1918_x06 Golden & Heins - The Colored Recruits | 1918_x07 Imperial Marimba Band - General Pershing March | 1918_x08 Irving Berlin - Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning | 1919_014 - Nora Bayes Feat. Charles Prince's Orchestra - How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on The Farm 80 M (2.29) | 1919_020 - Peerless Quartet - While You're Away (Pack Up Your Cares In A Bundle Of Joy) 128 JS (3.09) | 1919_033 - Nora Bayes - Goodbye, France 128 JS (2.16) | 1919_068 - Arthur Fields - Would You Rather be A Colonel with an Eagle on Your Shoulder or A Private with A Chicken on Your Knee_ 112 M (2.56) | 1919_069 Billy Murray - And He'd Say Oo-La-La! Wee Wee! #6 | 1919_070 - Billy Murray - I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now 128 JS (3.25) | 1919_085 - Arthur Fields - How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on The Farm (After They've Seen Paree) (VBR 194 S 3.22) | 1919_085 - How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Do - Arthur Fields VBR | 1919_110 Byron G Harlan &Jones - How Ya GonnaKeep'EmDnFarm#9 | 1919_112 John McCormack - Roses of Picardy VBR | 1919_114 - Orpheus Quartet - When You Come Back, And You Will Come Back 112 M (3.08) | 1919_115 - Peerless Quartet - Goodbye, France 128 JS (2.46) | 1919_Ernest Pike - Roses Of Picardy | 1919_Tom Clare - What Did You Do In The War, Daddy | 1919_Vesta Tilley - Sidney's In Civvies Again | 1920_ Franklin Roosevelt - Americanism | 1921_Frank Miller - Stony Broke In No Man's Land | 1929_Roosters Concert Party - If You Want To Find The Sergeant Major | 1930_Jolly Old Fellows - Oh, It's A Lovely War | 1930_Jolly Old Fellows - Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty | Faux British Artillery Fire WWI | The Bells Of Hell | Unknown - 19xx God Save the Tsar_1 | Unknown - 19xx God Save the Tsar_2 | Unknown - Across The Rhine | Unknown - For Your Country And My Country | Unknown - Hats Off To You, Mister Wilson | Unknown - I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now | Unknown - It's Time For Every Boy To Be A Soldier | Unknown - My Sweetheart Is Somewhere In France | Unknown - Send Me Away With A Smile



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