Beyond Victory

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


38562. Beyond Victory. December 1943. Program #28. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "World Hopes In The New Year". Sustaining. Short addresses of hope for the new year. The date is approximate. Charles F. Kettering, Jan Masaryk (of the Czech government in exile), Joseph Bell, Nicholas Murray Butler. 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55654. Beyond Victory. 1944. Program #63. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Youth's Responsibility In The Post-War World". Sustaining. The date is approximate. Lawrence Gould introduces Dr. J. Martin Klotsche talks with three students who have attended The Institute Of World Affairs. Lawrence Gould, J. Martin Klotsche. 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55653. Beyond Victory. 1944. Program #62. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Enforcement Of Post-War World Security". Sustaining. The date is approximate. Lawrence Gould introduces Clark M. Eichelberger (director of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace) who interviews Major George Fielding Eliot. Clark Eichelberger, George Fielding Eliot (m. c., military columnist for The New York Herald Tribune, President of The Committee For National Morale), Lawrence Gould. 15:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38563. Beyond Victory. January 1944. Program #29. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "France and The World Tomorrow". Sustaining. An address by Dr. Andre Maurois, Professor of French Literature at Harvard, about the Resistance in occupied France and her hopes for the future. Andre Morise. 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56949. Beyond Victory. August 1944. Program #60A. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "How Can A World Organization Insure Peace?". Sustaining. Lawrence Gould interviews Clark M. Eichelberger (Director of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace). The date is approximate. Lawrence Gould, Clark Eichelberger. 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56948. Beyond Victory. August 1944. Program #60. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Importance Of International Commerce To Prosperity". Sustaining. William Harris interviews Mr. Hawkins, from Washington D. C. The date is approximate. Harry C. Hawkins (Director Of The Office Of Economic Affairs, The Department Of State), William Harris. 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56743. Beyond Victory. August 1944. Program #58. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "A Typical Town Prepares For Post-War Prosperity". Sustaining. The typical town is Bridgeport Connecticut. What is this energetic war-time "boom town" doing to solve its problems and insure a peaceful and prosperous life after the war. Four important citizens of the town discuss their town. The program originates from the production floor of The Bridgeport Brass Company. What is "The Bridgeport Way?" Lawrence Gould (host). 13:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56739. Beyond Victory. August 1944. Program #59. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Mobilizing For Post-War Production". Sustaining. Paul G. Hoffman, Chairman of The Committee For Economic Development, President of The Studebaker Corporation, is interviewed. The date is approximate. Lawrence Gould (host), Paul G. Hoffman. 14:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56740. Beyond Victory. August 1944. Program #61. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The New Sixty-Hour Air World". Sustaining. Wayne W. Parrish, Editor of "American Aviation" magazine is interviewed. Mr. Parrish paints a rosy picture of civil aviation in the post-war world, including inter-store department store helicopter routes! He does admit that it may be five to ten years before the average person owns a helicopter! The date is approximate. Lawrence Gould (host), Wayne W. Parrish. 14:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

57240. Beyond Victory. December 1944. Program #71. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Real Story Of Lend-Lease". Sustaining. Charles P. Taft (Director of the State Department's Office Of Wartime Economic Affairs) is interviewed by William W. Harris. The date is approximate. Charles P. Taft, William Harris. 14:49. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

56744. Beyond Victory. December 1944. Program #74. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Small European Nations and The Dumbarton Oaks Proposals". Sustaining. A discussion of the possible world organization, by Dr. Jan Albert Goris (Commissioner Of Information of Belgium, member of the board of the United Nations Information Center) and Dr. Ernest Sturc (Chief Of The Radio Division, Czechoslovak Information Service). The date is approximate. Pennington Haile (host), Jan-Albert Goris, Ernest Sturc. 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56797. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #117. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The St. Lawrence Waterway: A Post-War Problem". Sustaining. Dr. N. R. Danielian (author, lecturer, Special Consultant to The United States Department Of Commerce) is interviewed by Barbara Price (a member of the Foundation's "Listener's League"), Alfred Quinn (a World War II veteran) and George Karacker (? lecturer, writer, member of The World Wide Broadcasting Foundation). The date is approximate. N. R. Danielian, Barbara Price, Alfred Quinn, George Karacker. 12:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56796. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #98. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Yardstick Of Security". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Pierre Boal (former Minister to Nicaragua, former ambassador to Bolivia, currently with the State Department in Washington). The date is approximate. Pennington Haile, Pierre Boal. 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56730. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #83. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Freedom Of Education". Sustaining. Dr. William Mather Lewis, President of Lafayette College, Former President of The Association Of American Colleges and a Trustee of The World Wide Broadcasting Foundation, is interviewed. William Mather Lewis. 14:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55913. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #91. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Contrasts: Paris, 1919 and San Francisco, 1945". Sustaining. A discussion among Dr. James T. Shotwell (Director of The Division Of Economics and History of The Carnegie Endowment, Chairman of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace), Dr. Raymond Fosdick (former Under Secretary-General of The League Of Nations, President of The Rockefeller Foundation), and Clark H. Eichelberger (Director of The Organization To Study The Organization Of Peace) comparing two cities and two dates. James T. Shotwell, Raymond Fosdick, Clark Eichelberger. 13:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55911. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #89. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Basic Issues Of World Peace". Sustaining. Excerpts from an address by Commander Harold Stassen, delegate to the San Francisco United Nations Conference. The date is approximate. Harold Stassen. 14:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55912. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #90. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Americas In A World Of Peace". Sustaining. An interview with Senator Warren R. Austin (Vermont), a delegate to the Mexico City Inter-American Conference. The date is approximate. Warren Austin, Warren Maas (interviewer). 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55900. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #88. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Planning The Peace At San Francisco". Sustaining. Dean Virginia C. Gildersleeve (of Barnard College) speaks. She is the only woman chosen as a United States representative at The San Francisco Conference. She is also a "long-known outstanding student of international affairs," a member of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace ("a well-known national group"). The date is approximate. Virginia Gildersleeve (Dean of Barnard College). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55899. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #87. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Education: An International Responsibility". Sustaining. A discussion between James Marshall (member of The New York City Board Of Education, Vice President of The American Association For An International Office For Education) and Dr. Harlow Shapley (President of The American Association For An International Office For Education, "renowned astronomer of Harvard University). The date is approximate. Harlow Shapley, James Marshall, Pennington Haile. 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55898. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #86. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "A Platform For Human Rights". Sustaining. A discussion between Dr. Ernest M. Hopkins (President of Dartmouth College, Chairman of The Board Of Directors of Americans United For World Organization) and John R. Ellingston ("noted international lawyer," member of The Drafting Committee For The Statement On Essential Human Rights). The date is approximate. Ernest M. Hopkins, John R. Ellingston. 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55885. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #85. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Latin America Looks Ahead". Sustaining. Dr. Frederick E. Hasler (Chairman of The Continental Bank and Trust Company Of New York, President of The Pan American Society) is interviewed about the current Interamerican Conference in Mexico City by Pennington Hale. The date is approximate. Frederick E. Hasler, Pennington Haile. 14:20. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

55040. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #111. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Trusteeship and Colonial Welfare". Sustaining. Dr. Arthur Holcombe, Professor of Government at Harvard University, is interviewed by a panel about the United Nations' Trusteeship Council. The date is approximate. Barbara Price, King Rogers, Robert Boyer, Arthur Holcombe. 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55039. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #110. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Charter and International Justice". Sustaining. Professor Norman J. Padelford (Executive Officer of the Fourth Commission at The San Francisco Conference) is interviewed by a panel. The date is approximate. Barbara Price, King Rogers, Robert Boyer, Norman J. Padelford. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55038. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #109. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Security Council: How It Works". Sustaining. Professor Grayson Kirk (of Columbia University) and the Executive Officer of the Third Committee at the San Francisco Conference, is interviewed by a panel. The date is approximate. Marcus Munzak, King Rogers, Barbara Price, Grayson Kirk. 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55037. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #108. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Charter: Jobs For All". Sustaining. A panel interviews Huntington Gilchrist, Executive Officer of the Second Commission at The San Francisco Conference. The date is approximate. Barbara Price, Huntington Gilchrist, Marcus Munzak, King Rogers. 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55036. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #107. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The People Write A World Charter". Sustaining. Malcolm Davis, Executive Officer of The First Commission of the San Francisco Conference, is interviewed by a panel. The date is approximate. Barbara Price, Dennis Weigand, King Rogers, Malcolm Davis. 14:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55035. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #106. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Securing The People's Future". Sustaining. Messages from two delegates to the San Francisco Conference. Virginia Gildersleeve, the Dean of Barnard College, discusses the humanitarian aims of the Conference. Harold Stassen discusses the U. N. Charter (taken from an NBC broadcast). The date is approximate. Virginia Gildersleeve, Harold Stassen. 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55034. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #105. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Basis Of The People's Charter". Sustaining. Dr. James T. Shotwell (Chairman of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace) and Clark Eichelberger (Director of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace) discuss the United Nations charter signed at the San Francisco Conference. The date is approximate. James T. Shotwell, Clark Eichelberger. 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55012. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #115. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Philippines: Key To Peace In The Pacific". Sustaining. An address by General Carlos Romulo, the Resident Commissioner of the Philippines. He is introduced as "an author, lecturer, former aide to General MacArthur, and the last man off Bataan." He would later become the Philippine ambassador to the United Nations. The date is approximate. Carlos Romulo. 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55011. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #114. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Japan: Its Islands and Their People". Arthur Jorgenson, a former member of the International Committee of the YMCA, and who lived in Japan for twenty seven years, is interviewed by a panel. The date is approximate. Arthur Jorgenson, Barbara Price, Robert Boyer, Alfred Quinn. 13:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55010. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #113. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Japan's Educational System". Sustaining. Dr. Willis Lamott, an author and lecturer who lived in Japan for many years is questioned by a panel. The date is approximate. Willis Lamott, Barbara Price, Robert Boyer, King Rogers. 13:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55009. Beyond Victory. 1945. Program #112. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Political Structure Of The Japanese State". Sustaining. Dr. Franz Michael, Professor of Far Eastern Studies at the University Of Washington, is questioned by a panel. The date is approximate. Franz Michael, Barbara Price, Robert Boyer, King Rogers. 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56728. Beyond Victory. January 1945. Program #78. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Dumbarton Oaks and Our Postwar Social Welfare". Sustaining. Mr. Arthur Sweetser, Chairman of The United Nations Information Board, is interviewed. Arthur Sweetser. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56727. Beyond Victory. January 1945. Program #77. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "International Education: Bulwark Of Peace". Sustaining. Dr. Ben Cherrington, of The Division Of Cultural Relations of The Department Of State, and The National Education Association, is interviewed by "a young student of international affairs." The date is approximate. Ben M. Cherrington. 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56950. Beyond Victory. February 1945. Program #80. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Freedom Of The Press". Sustaining. Major Edward F. Stevenson (former producer of training films for The Signal Corps) interviews Hugh Baillie (President of United Press). The date is approximate. Hugh Baillie, Edward F. Stevenson. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56720. Beyond Victory. February 1945. Program #82. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Tribute To Lincoln and Freedom". Sustaining. The date is approximate. . 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56721. Beyond Victory. February 1945. Program #84. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Dumbarton Oaks and The Constitution". Sustaining. An interview with Dr. Edward Samuel Corwin (Professor Of Jurisprudence at Princeton University). Edward Samuel Corwin. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56719. Beyond Victory. February 1945. Program #81. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Freedom Of Communications". Sustaining. Mr. Lemmon had served as a radio operator for President Wilson during the first war. The date is approximate. Walter S. Lemmon (President and Founder of the World Wide Broadcasting Foundation). 14:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56729. Beyond Victory. March 1945. Program #79. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Freedom Of Religion". Sustaining. Dr. Henry A. Atkinson, General Secretary of The Church Peace Union, and Of The World Alliance For International Friendship Through The Churches, is interviewed. Henry A. Atkinson. 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56121. Beyond Victory. May 1945. Program #96. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Can We Have Trustees For Colonies?". Sustaining. The date is approximate. Arthur Holcombe, Christian Herter (Representative, Massachusetts), Edgar Turlington (Chairman of The Washington Committee of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace). 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56120. Beyond Victory. May 1945. Program #92. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "United Nations Plan For Food and Health". Sustaining. The date is approximate. Frank Boudreau (Committee On Nutrition and Food Management), Howard Tolley (United Nations Commission On Food and Agriculture), William Harris. 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55033. Beyond Victory. May 1945. Program #104. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Inspiration At San Francisco". Sustaining. Recordings of Jan Smuts, the Premier of South Africa, and President Harry Truman at the San Francisco Conference. In the studio, Jan Masaryk, the Foreign Minister of Czechoslovakia, gives his views of the San Francisco Conference. The date is approximate. Jan Smuts, Harry Truman, Jan Masaryk. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56123. Beyond Victory. June 1945. Program #100. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Problems In Occupying Germany". Sustaining. Dr. Pennington Haile interviews Major George Fielding Elliot. The date is approximate. Pennington Haile, George Fielding Eliot. 14:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56122. Beyond Victory. June 1945. Program #99. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "They Burned The Books". Sustaining. A play written and dramatized by students of The Horace Mann-Lincoln High School, New York City. A story about the 1933 burning of books by the Nazis. See cat. #55051 for a rebroadcast of this play, one year later. The disc matrix has etched "program #100" on it, but that is possibly incorrect. The date is approximate. . 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56126. Beyond Victory. July 1945. Program #103. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Coming Peace Treaty". Sustaining. The date is approximate. Henry M. Risdon (President of Brown University, author of "The Strategy Of Peace"), Pennington Haile (announcer). 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56125. Beyond Victory. July 1945. Program #102. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Italy's Future". Sustaining. "Italy today is a boiler inside, in which the pressure is rapidly rising." The date is approximate. Saville Davis (Assistant Editor of The Christian Science Monitor). 13:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56124. Beyond Victory. July 1945. Program #101. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Can The German People Be Re-Educated". Sustaining. The date is approximate. Lisa Sergio ("noted radio news commentator," on the Blue network and WQXR, New York), Pennington Haile (interviewer). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55014. Beyond Victory. October 1945. Program #118. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Report On U. N. R. R. A.". Sustaining. Morse Salisbury, Director Of Public Information for The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, is interviewed by Pennington Haile, Executive Assistant of the World Wide Broadcasting Foundation. The date is approximate. Morse Salisbury, Pennington Haile. 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55013. Beyond Victory. October 1945. Program #116. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Cultural Relations Among The Nations". Sustaining. Dr. Howard Wilson, former member of the staff of Harvard University and current member of the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, is interviewed by an "Executive Assistant" of the World Wide Broadcasting Foundation. The date is approximate. Howard Wilson, Pennington Haile. 14:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55016. Beyond Victory. November 1945. Program #120. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Can The United Nations Control Atomic Energy?". Sustaining. A discussion between Clark M. Eichelberger, (the Director of The American Association For The United Nations and the Director of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace) and Dr. Raymond Fosdick (President of The Rockefeller Foundation and former Under-Secretary General of The League Of Nations). The date is approximate. Clark Eichelberger, Raymond Fosdick. 13:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55015. Beyond Victory. November 1945. Program #119. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Challenge Of Atomic Energy". Sustaining. Senator Brien McMahon of Connecticut is interviewed. He is the Chairman of the Senatorial Committee to investigate questions of the control and uses of atomic energy. The date is approximate. Brien McMahon. 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55029. Beyond Victory. December 1945. Program #125. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The United Nations Assembly Meets". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Malcolm Davis, the Executive Officer of The First Commission of The San Francisco Conference and one of the Acting Directors of The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace. The date is approximate. For some reason, Pennington Haile is off-mike throughout the program. Malcolm Davis, Pennington Haile. 14:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55028. Beyond Victory. December 1945. Program #124. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Atom: Challenge To Science". Excerpts from an address given by Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, Director of The Atomic Bomb Laboratory at Los Alamos, New Mexico to The American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia. The date is approximate. Robert Oppenheimer. 13:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55027. Beyond Victory. December 1945. Program #123. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Inside The Atom". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Dr. Donald Andrews of Johns Hopkins University about how atomic fission operates. The date is approximate. Donald Andrews, Pennington Haile. 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55026. Beyond Victory. December 1945. Program #122. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Atomic Power Plants Of The Future". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Watson Davis, Director of "Science Service," an organization in Washington founded to interpret science to the American people. The date is approximate. Watson Davis, Pennington Haile. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55025. Beyond Victory. December 1945. Program #121. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "A Scientist Looks At Atomic Energy". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Harvard University scientist and astronomer Dr. Harlow Shapley. The date is approximate. Harlow Shapley, Pennington Haile. 14:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56999. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #166. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "UNESCO: The Labor Of International Understanding". Sustaining. The date is approximate. A rebroadcast of the address to the New York Herald Tribune Forum, by the former Assistant Secretary Of State, Deputy Chairman of The United States delegation to The General Conference on UNESCO. Archibald MacLeish. 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56799. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #140. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Inside The Atom". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Dr. Donald Andrews (Johns Hopkins University, former Director of the C. Y. War Project Laboratory). Pennington Haile, Donald Andrews. 13:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56798. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #139. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "A Scientist Looks At Atomic Energy". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Dr. Harlow Shapley (Harvard University astronomer). The date is approximate. Pennington Haile, Harlow Shapley. 14:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55054. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #143. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Famine Relief and Your Hope Of Peace". Sustaining. Chester Williams (Public Liaison Officer for the United States delegation to the United Nations), is interviewed by Pennington Haile. The date is approximate. Chester Williams, Pennington Haile. 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55050. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #138. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "American Prosperity and Foreign Trade". Sustaining. John Abbink, the President of the World Trade Council, is interviewed by Pennington Haile. The date is approximate. John Abbink, Pennington Haile. 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55049. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #137. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Security Council Faces Its Task". Sustaining. Dr. Grayson Kirk (Professor of Government at Columbia University and Executive Officer of the San Francisco Conference) is interviewed by Pennington Haile. The date is approximate. Grayson Kirk, Pennington Haile. 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55045. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #158. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Furthering The Cause Of Peace Through Education". Sustaining. Dr. Howard E. Wilson (formerly of Harvard University, School Of Education) and now Assistant Director of The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace (on loan to UNESCO), is interviewed about UNESCO. The date is approximate. Howard Wilson, Lewis W. Waters Jr.. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55044. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #155. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Danube: A River Of Problems". Sustaining. Captain Edward Kilenyi, who served in the Psychological Warfare Branch of the U. S. Army as Information Control Officer in Bavaria, is interviewed by a panel. The date is approximate. Margaret Olson, John Garnett, Edward Kilenyi. 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55043. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #152. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Curtain Rises On The Paris Peace Conference". Sustaining. Malcolm Davis, Associate Director of The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, and a member of the Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace, is interviewed by a panel. The date is approximate. Catherine Keller, Malcolm Davis, Walter S. Lemmon, William Warfield. 13:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55042. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #151. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Building Tomorrow's World: Principles Of Modern Design". Sustaining. A lecture by Dr. Walter Gropius, Chairman of the Department Of Architecture, Graduate School Of Design, Harvard University. The date is approximate. Walter Gropius. 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55041. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #145. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "World Georgraphy In The Air Age: Central Europe". Sustaining. The announcer says that WRUL, the shortwave station known as "The Voice Of The World Radio University," "will soon be broadcasting education by radio around the world." Professor Harold S. Kemp of Harvard, lectures on "Central European Geography. The date is approximate. Harold Kemp. 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55032. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #128. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The United Nations and Specialized Agencies". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Dr. Frank Boudreau (Technical Consultant to the F. A. O.), Dr. Bryn J. Hovde (former Director of The Division Of Cultural Cooperation in the Department Of State), Dr. Carter Goodrich (former Chairman of the governing body of the I. L. O.). The date is approximate. Pennington Haile, Frank Boudreau, Bryn J. Hovde, Carter Goodrich. 14:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55018. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #130. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Hardships Of Victory: England Today". Sustaining. Sir Robert Appleby (a member of the Executive Staff of The English Speaking Union Of America and founder of the British War Relief Society in the United States) is interviewed about the hardships prevalent in Great Britain today. The date is approximate. Robert Appleby, Robert Stevens (interviewer). 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55017. Beyond Victory. 1946. Program #129. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Can The U. N. O. Protect Human Rights?". Sustaining. An interview of Judge Dorothy Kenyon, (a former New York City judge and member of the Board Of Director of The American Civil Liberties Union) and Dr. O. Frederick Nolde (Chairman of the Committee On Human Rights of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace). The date is approximate. Dorothy Kenyon, O. Frederick Nolde, Pennington Haile. 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56731. Beyond Victory. January 1946. Program #Special. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The World Of The Air Age". Sustaining. Dr. Nicholas L. Englehardt, Director of Air Age Education Research, is interviewed. Pennington Haile (interviewer), Nicholas L. Englehardt. 14:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55031. Beyond Victory. January 1946. Program #127. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "A Review Of The United Nations Organization". Sustaining. Pennington Haile reviews the various parts of the new United Nations, using recordings from previous broadcasts. The date is approximate. Pennington Haile, Malcolm Davis, James T. Shotwell, Grayson Kirk, Norman J. Padelford, Huntington Gilchrist. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55030. Beyond Victory. January 1946. Program #126. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. Sustaining. A recording of part of a talk given by Harold Stassen (former Governor of Minnesota) at a meeting of The American Association For The United Nations in New York. The date is approximate. The program may have had a title, but the transcription had an incorrect label, so the title if any, could not be determined. Harold Stassen. 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55019. Beyond Victory. February 1946. Program #131. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Russia and The United States: Can We Understand Each Other?". Sustaining. A portion of a panel show, originally titled "What's On Your Mind?" and heard over WQXR in New York City. The moderator is Miss Iphigene Bettman of the New York Times. Panelists include: Harold E. Stassen (former Governor of Minnesota), Mrs. Vera Micheles Dean (Research Director of The Foreign Policy Association), Father George B. Ford (Pastor of the Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church), Mr. William M. Lawrence (former New York Times correspondent to Russia). The date is approximate. Iphigene Bettman, Harold Stassen, Vera Micheles Dean, George B. Ford, William Lawrence. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55023. Beyond Victory. March 1946. Program #135. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "What World Trade Means To You". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews George H. Thornley, President of The World Trade Foundation. The date is approximate. George H. Thornley, Pennington Haile. 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55022. Beyond Victory. March 1946. Program #134. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Anglo American Trade Relations". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Dr. Fred I. Kent, a Director of The Bankers Trust Company Of New York, and President of The Council Of New York University. The date is approximate. Fred I. Kent, Pennington Haile. 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55021. Beyond Victory. March 1946. Program #133. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Life In China Today". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Dr. Robert T. Huang, an expert on Chinese and American business law and Resident Legal Counsel to the China-America Council Of Commerce and Industry. The date is approximate. Robert T. Huang, Pennington Haile. 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55020. Beyond Victory. March 1946. Program #132. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "France: Our Ally In War and Peace". Sustaining. Theodore Rousseau (former President of The American Club in Paris, current President of The Paris-American Club in New York City) is interviewed. The date is approximate. Theodore Rousseau, Pennington Haile (interviewer). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55024. Beyond Victory. April 1946. Program #136. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Report On The Children Of Europe". Sustaining. Pennington Haile interviews Miss Henrietta Buckmaster, an author and playwright, who has just returned from Europe. The date is approximate. Henrietta Buckmaster, Pennington Haile. 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55053. Beyond Victory. May 1946. Program #142. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Shall India Starve?". Sustaining. Comments by Professor Arthur Upham Pope (Director of the School Of Asiatic Studies Of New York City), and by Sir A. Ramaswamy Mudaliar (Minister of the Indian government, member of the Vice Regal Council, President of The Social and Economic Council of The United Nations). The date is approximate. Arthur Upham Pope, A. Ramaswamy Mudaliar. 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55052. Beyond Victory. May 1946. Program #141. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Planning An International Trade Organization". Sustaining. Will Clayton, Assistant Secretary Of State For Economic Affairs, is interviewed by Anna Lord Strauss (President of The National League Of Women Voters). Introduced by Pennington Haile. The date is approximate. Anna Lord Strauss, Pennington Haile (announcer), William L. Clayton. 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55051. Beyond Victory. May 10, 1946. Program #Special. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "They Burned The Books". Sustaining. A play written and dramatized by students of the Horace Mann-Lincoln High School, New York City. A rebroadcast of a play broadcast originally one year ago. See cat. #56122 for the original broadcast. A story about the 1933 burning of books by the Nazis. . 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55056. Beyond Victory. June 1946. Program #145. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "World Geography In The Air Age: The World Of The Air Age". Sustaining. Professor Harold S. Kemp (Professor of Geography at Harvard University) lectures. The date is approximate. Harold Kemp. 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55055. Beyond Victory. June 1946. Program #144. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "International Commerce and The United Nations". Sustaining. A portion of a talk by Trygve Lie, the Secretary General of The United Nations, to the United States Associates of The International Chamber Of Commerce. He discusses the working of the Economic and Social Council. The date is approximate. Trygve Lie. 14:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66756. Beyond Victory. December 1946. Program #168. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "American Foreign Policy in China". Sustaining. Dr. Pennington Haile interviews Lawrence K. Rosinger of The Foreign Policy Association. Pennington Haile, Lawrence K. Rosinger. 13:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66755. Beyond Victory. December 1946. Program #Special. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "United Nations Christmas Grettings. Sustaining. Ernest Bevin (United Kingdom), Oscar Lang (Poland), Nawab Ali Yawar Jung (India), James Byrnes (Secretary Of State, The United States). 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56469. Beyond Victory. 1947. Program #174. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Planning The New United Nations Home". Sustaining. Mrs. Josephine Hennings (of United Nations Radio) interviews Wallace Harrison, architect and Director Of Planning for the permanent United Nations site in New York City. The date is approximate. Josephine Hennings, Wallace Harrison. 13:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56468. Beyond Victory. 1947. Program #171. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Switzerland and Her World". Sustaining. Robert Stackhouse interviews Miss Marie Louise Luscher, a Swiss journalist, about her country and how it stayed neutral during the last war. The date is approximate. Robert Stackhouse, Marie Louise Luscher. 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55046. Beyond Victory. 1947. Program #177. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The World and Thomas Edison". Sustaining. Mr. Norman Speiden, the Curator of The Thomas A. Edison Laboratory in West Orange, New Jersey, discusses the Laboratory and the Edison Foundation. Mr. William A. Hayes was an employee of Thomas Edison for fifty two years. They are interviewed by Maurice Duhamel. The date is approximate. Norman Speiden, William A. Hayes, Maurice Duhamel. 12:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56749. Beyond Victory. June 1947. Program #183. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Reciprocal Treade Agreements". Sustaining. Maurice Duhamel interviews John Abbink (President of Business Papers International Corporation, past chairman of The National Foreign Trade Council, Vice Chairman of The Commission On Commercial Policy of The International Chamber Of Commerce). The date is approximate. Maurice Duhamel, John Abbink. 14:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56750. Beyond Victory. June 1947. Program #184. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Will Reciprocal Trade Agreements Contribute To Peace?". Sustaining. The complete program title is "Will Reciprocal Trade Agreements Contribute To International Peace?" Melvin Fox interviews Alger Hiss (President of The Carnegie Endowment, "an authority on international affairs," former director of The Office Of Special Political Affairs Of The State Department, Executive Secretary at The Dumbarton Oaks conversations and Secretary-General of The San Francisco Conference). The date is approximate. Melvin Fox, Alger Hiss. 15:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55074. Beyond Victory. June 1947. Program #189. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Peacetime Uses Of Atomic Energy". Sustaining. Dr. Howard J. Curtis, former worker on the Manhattan Project, is interviewed by Maurice Duhamel. The date above is approximate. Howard J. Curtis, Maurice Duhamel. 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55073. Beyond Victory. June 1947. Program #188. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Atomic Power Plants Of The Future". Sustaining. Dr. Philip Morrison, Professor Of Physics at Cornell University, is interviewed by Maurice F. Duhamel. The date above is approximate. Philip Morrison, Maurice Duhamel. 12:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55075. Beyond Victory. July 1947. Program #190. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Atomic Energy: Servant Of Man". Sustaining. Robert Stackhouse interviews William A. Higinbotham of The Federation Of American Scientists. The date above is approximate. Robert Stackhouse, William A. Higinbotham. 13:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55076. Beyond Victory. September 1947. Program #192. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Liberia: Africa's Only Republic". Sustaining. Bill Coburn interviews Charles Morrow Wilson, author of the book titled above. The date above is approximate. Bill Coburn, Charles Morrow Wilson. 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56795. Beyond Victory. Program #94. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "United Nations Work Together For Social Reform". Sustaining. A discussion with Ruth Bryan Rohde (former United States Minister To Denmark, Public Liaison Staff of The State Department at The San Francisco Conference), Dr. William Allen Neilson (President Emeritus of Smith College), Dr. C. E. A. Winslow (Professor Of Public Health at Yale), Herbert May (Vice Chairman Of The Permanent Central Opium Board of The League Of Nations), Clark Eichelberger (Director of The American Association For The United Nations, moderator). Ruth Bryan Rohde, William Allen Neilson, C. E. A. Winslow, Herbert May, Clark Eichelberger. 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56794. Beyond Victory. Program #93. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Problem Of Security At San Francisco". Sustaining. Dr. Quincy Wright (Professor Of International Law at The University Of Chicago) is interviewed. How can the U. N. safeguard each nation from attack? Quincy Wright. 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56793. Beyond Victory. Program #73. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Comparison Of The U. N. Charter and The League Of Nations". Sustaining. The complete discussion topic title is "Comparison Of The United nations Charter and The League Of Nations Covenant." Dr. Raymond Fosdick (Chairman of The Rockefeller Foundation, former Under Secretary-General of The League Of Nations) speaks with Clark M. Eichelberger (Director of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace). Raymond Fosdick, Clark Eichelberger. 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56792. Beyond Victory. Program #72. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Analysis Of The Dumbarton Oaks Proposals". Sustaining. Lawrence Gould reads some of the proposals, Dr. James T. Shotwell ("noted historian," Chairman of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace) comments. Lawrence Gould (moderator), James T. Shotwell. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56766. Beyond Victory. Program #181. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The World Significance Of The Atom". Sustaining. Maurice Duhamel interviews Dr. Harlow Shapley (Director of The Harvard Observatory) about the benefits of atomic energy. Maurice Duhamel, Harlow Shapley. 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56767. Beyond Victory. Program #182. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "World Trade and Your Market Basket". Sustaining. Charlotte Adams interviews Dr. Emily Hickman Professor Of History at The New Jersey College For Women) and Vera Micheles Dean (Research Director of The Foreign Policy Association). All three participants are members of The Women's Action Committee For Lasting Peace. Charlotte Adams, Vera Micheles Dean, Emily Hickman. 13:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56765. Beyond Victory. Program #154. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Preserving Human Rights In The Peace". Sustaining. John R. Ellingston (member of The Committee On Human Rights Of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace) is interviewed by Pennington Haile. John R. Ellingston, Pennington Haile. 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56763. Beyond Victory. Program #150. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Trends In American Architecture". Sustaining. One of the program's "University Lecture Series," "Building Tomorrow's World." A talk by John E. Burchard (Director Of Libraries, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology. John E. Burchard. 14:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56764. Beyond Victory. Program #153. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Contrasting Peace Conferences: 1919 and 1946". Sustaining. Arthur Sweetser (an official of The United Nations Organization) is interviewed by Miss Margaret Olson ("a young businesswoman") and John Garnett ("a recently returned serviceman"). Arthur Sweetser, Margaret Olson, John Garnett. 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56762. Beyond Victory. Program #149. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Planning Neighborhoods". Sustaining. One of the program's "University Lecture Series," "Building Tomorrow's World." A talk by Robert W. Kennedy (Instructor of Architectural Design, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology) is read by a member of The World Wide Broadcasting Foundation's staff. Robert W. Kennedy (author). 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56761. Beyond Victory. Program #148. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Resources Of Brazil and Argentina". Sustaining. One of the program's "University Lecture Series, "World Geography In The Air Age." Henry Bruman (Professor Of Geography at The University Of California In Los Angeles). 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56760. Beyond Victory. Program #147. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Japan, An Arrested Power". Sustaining. One of the program's "University Lecture Series," "World Geography In The Air Age." Glenn T. Trewartha (Professor Of Geography at The University Of Wisconsin). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56759. Beyond Victory. Program #65. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "France and The Small Nations In An International Organization". Sustaining. An interview with Dr. Walter D. Head (former President of Rotary International, Chairman of Rotary's Commission On Post-War Planning). Lawrence Gould (moderator), Walter D. Head. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56758. Beyond Victory. Program #64. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Forum On Peace Plans". Sustaining. Dr. Virginia C. Gildersleeve (Dean of Barnard College), Dr. D. F. Fleming (Professor Of Political Science at Vanderbilt University), Frederick C. McKee ("a prominent business executive of Pittsburgh), Dr. James T. Shotwell (Professor Of History at Columbia University, author of "The Great Decision," Chairman of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace), Clark M. Eichelberger (Director of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace). A roundtable discussion, headed by Mr. Eichelberger. Clark Eichelberger, Denna F. Fleming, Frederick C. McKee, James T. Shotwell, Virginia Gildersleeve (Dean of Barnard College). 14:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

56756. Beyond Victory. Program #68. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "America's Future In World Trade". Sustaining. A talk by Eric A. Johnston (President of The United States Chamber Of Commerce) at a dinner given in his honor by The National Foreign Trade Council. Eric A. Johnston. 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56757. Beyond Victory. Program #69. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Blueprint For Post-War Prosperity". Sustaining. Blue net origination. Excerpts from the addresses of Bernard Baruch (Special Advisor To The Director Of War Mobilization) and Henry J. Kaiser (President of The Henry J. Kaiser Company) at the annual New York Herald Tribune Forum On Current Problems, from The Waldorf Astoria, New York City. Bernard Baruch, Henry J. Kaiser. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56754. Beyond Victory. Program #57. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Italy: A Crisis In Confidence". Sustaining. An interview with Saville Davis ("expert on foreign affairs," Associate Managing Editor of The Christian Science Monitor"). Lawrence Gould (host), Saville Davis. 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56755. Beyond Victory. Program #66. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "American Public Opinion and The Peace". Sustaining. Dr. Pennington Haile (former Assistant Director of The League Of Nations Association) discusses the day's topic with Nancy Rupley Armstrong (for Chairman of The International Relations Department of The General Federation Of Women's Clubs). Lawrence Gould (host), Pennington Haile, Nancy Rupley Armstrong. 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56753. Beyond Victory. Program #56. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Mission Of UNRRA". Sustaining. An interview with Herbert H. Lehman, three time Governor of New York, Director General of The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. Herbert Lehman. 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56745. Beyond Victory. Program #75. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Dumbarton Oaks and The Senate Hurdle". Sustaining. Colonel Henry Breckinridge (former Assistant Secretary Of War, New York Constitutional lawyer) is interviewed. Colonel Breckinridge considers an amendment to the Constitution to allow the ratification of treaties by a majority vote of Congress (instead of two thirds of the Senate). Pennington Haile (host), Henry Breckinridge. 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56746. Beyond Victory. Program #76. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Russia In An International Organization". Sustaining. Malcolm W. Davis (Associate Director Of The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, Former Director of The Geneva Research Center) is interviewed. Malcolm Davis. 13:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56742. Beyond Victory. Program #70. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "America's Responsibility Toward International Security". Sustaining. From WHN, New York City, a speech by Senator Joseph H. Ball (Minnesota) is rebroadcast. Senator Ball was speaking in New York City at the "Vote For Freedom Rally," sponsored by "Americans United." Joseph Ball. 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56741. Beyond Victory. Program #67. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The United Nations Chart A Course For Peace". Sustaining. Clark M. Eichelberger, the Director of The Commission To Study The Organization Of Peace, is interviewed. He discusses the tentative charter of The United Nations, drawn up at Dumbarton Oaks. Lawrence Gould (host), Clark Eichelberger. 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56738. Beyond Victory. Program #54. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Know Your Ally: Canada". Sustaining. Lester B. Pearson, Minister Counselor of The Canadian Embassy to the United States, Chairman Of The United Nations Interim Committee On Food and Agriculture, is interviewed. Lawrence Gould (host), Lester Pearson. 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56737. Beyond Victory. Program #55. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Know Your Ally: Russia". Sustaining. Professor Pitirim Sorokin, Head of The Department Of Sociology at Harvard University, a former member of Russia's National Assembly, is interviewed. Lawrence Gould (host), Pitirim Sorokin. 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56736. Beyond Victory. Program #52. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Understanding Our Neighbors". Sustaining. A discussion among Dr. B. A. Liu (Chinese News Service), Cato Hambro (the son of the president of the Norwegian Parliament), Dr. Raphael V. Lasso (Founder and Secretary of The Ecuadorian-American Chamber Of Commerce), Harold Timperley (Australian journalist and author). B. A. Liu, Cato Hambro, Raphael V. Lasso, Harold Timperley. 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56735. Beyond Victory. Program #49. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Understanding Britain". Sustaining. Dr. Allan Nevins, Professor Of American History at Columbia University, head of "Books Across The Sea," two time Pulitzer Prize winner is interviewed. Lawrence Gould (host), Allan Nevins. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56734. Beyond Victory. Program #48. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The International Law Of The Future". Sustaining. Dr. William E. Masterson, Professor Of International Law at Temple University, is interviewed. Lawrence Gould (host), William E. Masterson. 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56732. Beyond Victory. Program #46. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "United Nations Round Table". Sustaining. A round table discuss with Robert Valeur (Director of The French Press and Information Service), Dr. Josef Hanc (Director of The Czechoslovak Economic Service) and Dr. Jan-Albert Goris (Commissioner Of Information For Belgium). Lawrence Gould (moderator), Robert Valeur, Josef Hanc, Jan-Albert Goris. 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56733. Beyond Victory. Program #47. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Mandate From The People". Sustaining. Dr. Jerome S. Bruner, Research Associate In Public Affairs at Princeton University, Editor of "Public Opinion Quarterly," author of "Mandate From The People" is interviewed. Lawrence Gould (host), Jerome S. Bruner. 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55077. Beyond Victory. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "Building Tomorrow's World: Planning Neighborhoods". Sustaining. A talk written by Robert W. Kennedy of The School Of Architecture and Planing of M. I. T., read by Dr. Pennington Haile. Robert W. Kennedy (writer), Pennington Haile. 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55048. Beyond Victory. Program #187. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Bridge Of Books". Sustaining. "Treasure Chest," a drama by a group called "Our World, United Through Books," and whose purpose is to have the children of America supply books to the children of war-torn countries. The story is performed by the sixth grade of Horace Mann Lincoln School, New York City. Harriet Eager Davis (narrator). 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55047. Beyond Victory. Program #186. World Wide Broadcasting Foundation syndication. "The Far East and World Trade". Sustaining. Part of an address by Paul McNutt (the U.S. ambassador to the Philippines) to the National Foreign Trade Council in New York. Paul McNutt. 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 128 programs.