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Calling America: Axis WW2 Radio Propaganda MP3 CD Download USB Drive

Calling America: Axis WW2 Radio Propaganda MP3 CD Download USB Drive
Calling America: Axis WW2 Radio Propaganda MP3 CD Download USB Drive
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German And Italian World War II Propaganda Broadcasts, All Digitally Remastered From Archival Sources, Some Unavailable Before This Release! Over 67 Minutes Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #CallingAmerica #AxisWorldWarIIRadioPropaganda #AxisWWIIRadioPropaganda #AxisRadioPropaganda #StationDEBUNK #RobertHBest #RobertHenryBest #EzraPound #DouglasChandler #PaulRevere #MildredGillars #AxisSally #MidgeAtTheMike #PropagandaBroadcasters #RadioPropagandaBroadcasters #Nazis #Traitors #ReichsRundfunk #ReichsRundfunkGesellschaft #RRG #WorldWarIIRadioPropaganda #WWIIRadioPropaganda #RadioPropaganda #PropagandaRadio #NaziGermany #ThirdReich #Radio #WorldWarII #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondWorldWar #SecondEuropeanWar #EuropeanCivilWar #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive


Station D.E.B.U.N.K (1:17)

Robert H. Best 420909 (4:10)

Ezra Pound - "Butchers" (0:27)

Paul Revere {Douglas Chandler} 410909 (15:16)

Midge At The Mike {Mildred Gillars aka "Axis Sally"} 430518 (11:19)

Ezra Pound - "Power" (12:50)

Axis Sally - "Vision of Invasion" (Infamous D-Day Fantasy) 440511 (22:17)

"Ezra Pound Speakin'" (0:02)

Propaganda In Nazi Germany: Radio: External Broadcasts: As well as domestic broadcasts, the Nazi regime used radio to deliver its message to both occupied territories and enemy states. One of the main targets was the United Kingdom, to which William Joyce broadcast regularly, gaining the nickname 'Lord Haw-Haw'. Joyce first appeared on German radio on 6 September 1939 reading the news in English but soon became noted for his often mischievous propaganda broadcasts. Joyce was executed in 1946 for treason. Although Joyce was the most notorious, and most regularly heard, of British propagandists, other broadcasters included Norman Baillie-Stewart, Jersey-born teacher Pearl Vardon, British Union of Fascists members Leonard Banning and Susan Hilton, Barry Payne Jones of the Link and Alexander Fraser Grant, whose show was aimed specifically at Scotland, also broadcasting through the 'New British Broadcasting Service'. Broadcasts were also made to the United States, notably by Robert Henry Best and 'Axis Sally' Mildred Gillars. Best, a freelance journalist based in Vienna, was initially arrested following the German declaration of war on the US but before long he became a feature on propaganda radio, attacking the influence of the Jews in the US and the leadership of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who succeeded Winston Churchill in Nazi propaganda as "World-Enemy Number One". Best was later sentenced to life imprisonment for treason. Gillars, a teacher in Germany, mostly broadcast on similar themes as well as peppering her speech with allegations of infidelity against the wives of servicemen. Her most notorious broadcast was the 'Vision of Invasion' radio play, broadcast immediately prior to D-Day, from the perspective of an American mother who dreamed that her soldier son died violently in Normandy. France also received broadcasts from Radio-Stuttgart, where Paul Ferdonnet, an antisemitic journalist, was the main voice during the Phoney War. Following the occupation, Radio Paris and Radio-Vichy became the main organs of propaganda, with leading far-right figures such as Jacques Doriot, Philippe Henriot and Jean Herold-Paquis regularly speaking in support of the Nazis. Others who broadcast included Gerald Hewitt, a British citizen who lived most of his life in Paris and had been associated with Action Francaise. Domestic broadcasters were also used to galvanise support for occupation in Belgium, where Ward Hermans regularly spoke in support of the Nazis from his base in Bremen, and the Italian Social Republic, to where Giovanni Preziosi broadcast a vehemently antisemitic show from his base in Munich. Pro-Nazi radio broadcasts in the Arabic language aired in North Africa, crafted with the help of Mohammad Amin al-Husayni and other Arab exiles in Berlin to highlight Arab nationalism. They recast Nazi racist ideology to target Jews alone, not all Semites. Downplaying Mussolini's operations in Africa, they touted the anti-colonialism of the Axis powers.

Propaganda In Fascist Italy: Radio: With the spread of ownership of radio units during the Fascist regime, radio became the major tool for propagandizing the population. It was used to broadcast Mussolini's open-air speeches, and as an instrument for propagandizing youth. American author Ezra Pound broadcast on short-wave radio to propagandize the United States.