From D-Day through Victory in Europe: The Eye-Witness Story as Told by War Correspondents on the Air

By Paul M. Hollister; Robert Strunsky | Go to book overview

FROM D-DAY THROUGH VICTORY IN EUROPE
THE EYE-WITNESS STORY AS TOLD BY WAR CORRESPONDENTS ON THE AIR

The documented broadcasts of the climax of war in Europe, as they were transmitted by CBS throughout America and the world, are taken verbatim from the records of the Columbia Broadcasting System.

COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM

New York, 1945

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  • I. Those Marks on the Wall Look like Handwriting 1
  • Ii. D-Day at Last 20
  • Iii. Break Through 87
  • Iv. the Blow from the Underbelly 96
  • V. to Paris 108
  • Vi. into Germany 113
  • Vii. Counter Attack 123
  • Viii. to the Rhine and Over 132
  • Ix. the Final Push 142
  • X. God Moves in a Mysterious Way 155
  • Xi. Buchenwald 168
  • Xii. Leipzig and Tovarich 175
  • Xiii. Staccato Via Caserta and Luneberg 200
  • Xiv. It Can't Be Long Now 215
  • Xv. V-E Day 225
  • Xvi. These Last Few Days 252
  • Xvii. "On a Note of Triumph" 258
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