German News In English

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.


13590. German News In English. March 11, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 10:30 P.M. Schuschnigg's resignation is for the best, his broadcasts were filled with lies, statements of Seis-Inquart are summarized. . 9:54. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13588. German News In English. March 11, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 8:28 P.M. Schuschnigg has quit, a summary of his failures, his last broadcast was all lies, a summary of Seis-Inquart's first statement. . 16:33. Audio condition: Very good, excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13603. German News In English. May 23, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. The Czechs have tried to blow up a German frontier bridge, a Czech plane has attacked German territory. . 12:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

13652. German News In English. September 13, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. Peace is still possible, despite Czech provocations. Martial law has been declared in parts of Czechoslovakia. . 13:03. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13655. German News In English. September 16, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 9:15 P.M. The Sudeten condition is now intolerable and uncivilized. Twenty-thousand German refugees from Czech terrorism have crossed into Germany. . 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13657. German News In English. September 17, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 9:15 P.M. Sudeten "volunteers" are now at the frontier, unkind remarks about the Czech Government, a group of Jews have left Czechoslovakia for the "safety" of Berlin, the Graf Zeppelin has made a test flight. . 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13662. German News In English. September 18, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 9:22 P.M. A "Review of The Week." The plight of the Sudeten Germans is described. . 11:31. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Complete.

13665. German News In English. September 19, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. The British interview with Hitler is summarized, "Nobody in Germany wants to invade France or war with England," Dr. Benes is considering armed resistance, the Czech horror against Sudeten Germans continues. . 15 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

13674. German News In English. September 20, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. Hitler and Chamberlain agree to meet again, the Czechs are stalling the Franco-British proposals, the terrible distress of the Sudeten Germans, all German workers in Czechoslovakia are underfed. . 16:35. Audio condition: Very good, excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13677. German News In English. September 21, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 9:17 P.M. Chamberlain is to meet with Hitler again, Czechoslovakia reluctantly accepts Germany's proposals, the Czech communique is read. There are demonstrations and panic in Prague. The first 13:44 of the program only. . 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13682. German News In English. September 22, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 9:15 P.M. The Chamberlain-Hitler meeting in Godesburg is reviewed, they will meet again tomorrow, there is unrest in Czechoslovakia. . 12:05. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Complete.

14972. German News In English. September 23, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. The final minute of the program only. 11:40 P. M. . 1 minute. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Excerpt.

13688. German News In English. September 23, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 9:16 P.M. "The Czech Army, on orders from Moscow, has attacked the Sudetenland." The first 14:51 of the program only. . 14:51. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13698. German News In English. September 24, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 9:14 P.M. Hitler and Chamberlain have concluded their meetings. A summary of Mussolini's two speeches. The first 14:23 of the program only. . 14:23. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13703. German News In English. September 25, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 8:16 P.M. A review of the events of the past week. A complex summary of the Czech situation. . 14:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13710. German News In English. September 27, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 8:16 P.M. A summary of the terrible plight of the Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia. . 11:52. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Complete.

13723. German News In English. September 28, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 8:15 P.M. . 15:30. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

13732. German News In English. September 29, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. 10:30 P.M. The "Four Power" communique is read. The final 8:30 minutes of the program only. . 8:30. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13754. German News In English. March 13, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. The Czechs are arming and attacking Germans within their territory, two German factories have been dynamited. The first 7:34 of the program only. . 7:34. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13763. German News In English. March 20, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 8:16 P.M. The statement of Dr. Goebbels is summarized, "Italy is not afraid of a war," Germany does not want to annex Holland, the Jews are responsible, the French have occupied Damascus. . 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13758. German News In English. March 21, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. "The campaign of British lies has failed." . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Good shortwave audio. Complete.

13836. German News In English. August 20, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:15 P.M. A German father and son have been killed by a Polish mob, The I. R. A. is planning to kidnap Members of Parliament, the British admit failure of their talks with the Japanese. . 10:59. Audio condition: Good shortwave audio. Complete.

13833. German News In English. August 20, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 7:05 P.M. A summary of the week's events, Polish imperialistic chauvinism is discussed. The first 9:44 of the program only. . 9:44. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13845. German News In English. August 24, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:17 P.M. Chamberlain speaks to Commons, Germans are leaving Britain and vice versa, Poland has mobilized, the U.S.S.R.-German pact is read. . 10 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13842. German News In English. August 24, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 7:05 P.M. News about Poland, the activities of Von Ribbentrop. . 16:37. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Complete.

13853. German News In English. August 25, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:00 P.M. American press reports of German subs in the Caribbean are as fantastic as the (H.G. Wells/Orson Welles) "Invasion From Mars" story. . 9:20. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Complete.

13862. German News In English. August 26, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. The Berlin-Rome Axis stands firm, Polish border provocations, Henderson reports to the British Government: he is to return to Germany on Sunday. The final 14:36 of the program only. . 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13861. German News In English. August 26, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:15 P.M. Germany will respect Swiss neutrality, Polish border provocations, Spain is to be neutral, illegal Jewish immigration into Palestine, the biggest slap in the face ever received by British and France, Holland's neutrality will be respected. The final 10:24 of the program only. . 10:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13873. German News In English. August 27, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:20 P.M. One million Poles have been mobilized. . 10:50. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Complete.

13867. German News In English. August 27, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 7:10 P.M. An historical justification for German possession of the corridor, Hitler's speech is summarized. . 20:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13881. German News In English. August 28, 1939. DJB, DJD, Germany. Sustaining. 9:15 P.M. The Poles are harassing Germans in Poland, they're putting Jews in concentration camps, Hitler and Von Ribbentrop get a message from the British ambassador, there's been an attempted coup in Chile. . 11:15. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Complete.

13875. German News In English. August 28, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 7:06 P.M. Neville Henderson has arrived for a meeting with Hitler, Polish frontier terrorism, thirty thousand Germans in Poland have been placed in concentration camps...and sanitary conditions are horrible, Hungary has not requested British military aid, Holland has mobilized. . 11:03. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13885. German News In English. August 29, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 12:05 A.M. (C.E.T.) Polish frontier provocations, the Polish army is in disarray, Chamberlain's statements. The date is approximate. . 13:02. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13886. German News In English. August 29, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 8:15 P.M. Tight restrictions in force in France, a summary of Russian events, anti-Jewish demonstrations are taking place in Antwerp and Brussels. The final 8:12 of the program only. . 8:12. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13900. German News In English. August 30, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:12 P.M. Germany announces a new council of defense with extraordinary powers, Polish border incidents and war-like actions are increasing. . 9:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13893. German News In English. August 30, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 7:03 A.M. The threat of Polish aggression grows, the Soviet pact is defended, the Polish mobilization includes dynamiting factories in Silesia, Mussolini demands elimination of the treaty of Versailles. . 14:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13916. German News In English. August 31, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:16 P.M. Polish irregulars have raided a German radio station, the U.S.S.R.-German non-aggression pact has been ratified. . 11 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13914. German News In English. August 31, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 7:00 P.M. The German-U.S.S.R non-aggression pact has been signed, the comments of Molotov, Poland is threatening Lithuania. The final ten minutes of the program only. . 10:36. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13906. German News In English. August 31, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. Poland has failed to negotiate. . 5:38. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Excerpt.

13904. German News In English. August 31, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. Reports at 1:30 A.M., 1:48 A.M., 3:00 A.M. Planes and ships are warned to stay away from Poland, German women are being carried off into Poland, are the British really interested in peace? Why aren't the Poles willing to negotiate? European press reactions are favorable to the reasonable proposals of Hitler. . 15:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13928. German News In English. September 1, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 8:47 A.M. The German government considers its proposals to Poland as rejected, as no ambassador has arrived within two days, hostilities may follow, the Reich demands are enumerated, the German-U.S.S.R. non-aggression pact has been ratified. The final 22:15 of the program only. . 22:15. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13922. German News In English. September 1, 1939. DJB, BJB Germany. Sustaining. "The Poles wanted the war," news from the Polish front, the German air force has bombed only military targets, French reaction, Polish attacks are described, Berlin is to be blacked out, Hitler's telegram to Mussolini is read. . 17:44. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13944. German News In English. September 2, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:17 P.M. German armies are advancing on all fronts, Poland is being bombed and shelled from the bay of Danzig, civilians are not being bombed, martial law has been declared in Poland, the New York Journal American and CBS has been telling atrocity lies about Germany. The final 12:54 of the program only. . 12:54. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13941. German News In English. September 2, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 7:05 P.M. German troops are advancing, German planes are attacking Poland, other Polish developments. . 18:00. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Complete.

13933. German News In English. September 2, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 5:15 P.M. German financiers are "not nervous," British zookeepers have killed all the poisonous animals, the "Iron Cross" military award has been announced as a new honor. . 14:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13966. German News In English. September 3, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:15 P.M. "England Betrays Europe," France is being duped into fighting Germany, Hitler is en route to the Eastern front, maritime danger zones are described. The final 13:07 of the program only. . 13:07. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13961. German News In English. September 3, 1939. German radio, Mutual net recording. Sustaining. 7:15 P.M. A review of the news of the week: a refusal to comply with the British ultimatum, "we shall answer every offensive of England," a reading of Hitler's address to his troops in Poland, Polish shrines have not been bombed. The first 20:55 of the program only. . 20:55. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13953. German News In English. September 3, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 4:45 P.M. The official reply to the British ultimatum is read, Hitler's proclamation to his army in Poland is read. The final 10:25 of the program only. . 10:25. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13946. German News In English. September 3, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 11:18 A.M. A justification of German actions in Poland, "Germany will not be mishandled by Poland," a summary of Hitler's statement. The final 8:43 of the program only. . 8:43. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13609. German News In English. September 3, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 5:02 P.M. The low countries insist on neutrality, quotes by "an American" who agrees with German views of the situation. The final 8:24 of the program only. . 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13980. German News In English. September 4, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 9:15 P.M. Hitler has visited the front and has heard stories of atrocities, five British planes have been downed, the Athenia was not sunk by Germany, Britain is trying to involve the United States in war, a warning area is delineated to mariners, a verbal attack on vile British propaganda. The first 18:42 of the program only. . 18:42. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13975. German News In English. September 4, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 8:15 P.M. War taxes and other restrictions in Germany, Dutch neutrality has been violated by the British, Britain is suppressing the news that Poland was aware of the German demands. The final 9:17 of the program only. . 9:17. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13970. German News In English. September 4, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. German victories in Poland are described, a report of atrocities against a German flyer forced down in Poland, the sinking of the Athenia is denied, the British have violated Dutch neutrality. The first 8:40 of the program only. . 8:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13969. German News In English. September 4, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. A warning to neutral shipping about mined areas in the oceans. . 5:18. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

13982. German News In English. September 5, 1939. Germany. Sustaining. 8:00 P.M. German troops are advancing in Poland, German losses have been moderate, the sinking of the Athenia is denied. The final 11:43 of the program only. . 11:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

13993. German News In English. September 19, 1939. DJB, Germany. Sustaining. Chancellor Hitler has visited liberated Danzig, to the cheers of the populace. . 14:13. Audio condition: Fair shortwave audio. Complete.

14048. German News In English. April 9, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 10:32 P. M. "All vital Norwegian military bases are in our hands." "Peace reigns in Norway and Denmark," Chamberlain is disparaged, the statements by State Secretary Franck are read. . 14:33. Audio condition: Very good, excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

14046. German News In English. April 9, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. The Germans have attacked Scapa Flow, proof of England's attempt to widen the war to Scandinavia is soon to be published. The final 13:06 of the program only. . 13:06. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14044. German News In English. April 9, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 11:15 A. M. Unkind words for Mr. Churchill. The final seven minutes of the program only. . 7:33. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14040. German News In English. April 9, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 8:48 A. M. Minefield locations are announced, German actions in Scandinavia are justified, Von Ribbentrop's statement is summarized, Copenhagen is calm. The final 14:59 of the program only. . 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14039. German News In English. April 9, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. The Reich government has conclusive documentary proof of the British invasion plans of Scandinavia, Germany cannot tolerate the use of Scandinavia by the Allies against her and is therefore starting military operations to "safeguard" these countries. The final 13:09 of the program only. . 13:09. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14051. German News In English. April 10, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 8:42 A. M. The Swedish Parliament has met to try to keep out of the war, Mussolini has met with the Viceroy of Ethiopia, a flood has occurred in Yugoslavia. The final 5:15 of the program only. . 5:15. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14050. German News In English. April 10, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 7:00 A. M. All military bases in Norway are now in German hands, there have been many British losses, Chamberlain's speech is summarized, Denmark has been invaded, Quisling is to head the Norwegian government. The first 15:15 of the program only. . 15:15. Audio condition: Very good shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14057. German News In English. April 12, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 10:32 P. M. German conquests in Norway are described, six British destroyers have been sunk, there have been many other British losses. The final 14:47 of the program only. . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14060. German News In English. April 13, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 10:34 P. M. Reenforcements are arriving in Norway and all is secure, two British subs and the cruiser "York" have been sunk, England is now cut off from supplies in Europe, the British are repressive in India. . 15:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

14064. German News In English. April 14, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 10:33 P. M. A summary of German successes in Norway, the loss of Scandinavia has been a terrific blow to England, a day by day chronology of the conquest of Norway. . 17:17. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

14068. German News In English. April 15, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. Germany's "protectorate" is growing in Norway, seven British subs and one cruiser have been sunk, two bombers have been shot down, the British are abusing King Haakon's name, other British lies are summarized. . 15:02. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

14070. German News In English. April 16, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. All "enemy" attacks have been repulsed by German outposts, Narvik (a northern Norwegian port) is now in German hands, British attacks have been unsuccessful, a French plane has been shot down, President Roosevelt's Pan American speech is criticized. . 15:11. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

14074. German News In English. April 17, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 8:16 P. M. A summary of German victories in Norway, Dr. Goebbels' speech is summarized. The final 15:11 of the program only. . 15:11. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14079. German News In English. April 18, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. British attacks on German positions have been repulsed near Narvik, Denmark's army has been demobilized. The first fifteen minutes of the program only. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14082. German News In English. April 19, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 8:30 P. M. A statement by Goebbels is read attacking Chamberlain and praising Hitler (his birthday is tomorrow). . 16:26. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

14086. German News In English. April 20, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 8:15 P. M. Birthday greetings to Adolf Hitler, German victories on the Western Front and in the air are listed, Norwegian troops are retreating, the BBC has been caught lying. A fine example of German newscasts of the period. The first fifteen minutes of the program only. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

14090. German News In English. April 21, 1940. Germany. Sustaining. 8:16 P. M. British and French attacks on German positions in Norway are futile. The airplane vs. the battleship: the Germans are continually victorious. "Germany is fighting for the removal of an injustice, the others; for its preservation." . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

19013. German News In English. December 28, 1941. Reichrundfunk, German Overseas Service. 8:15 A.M. (EST). Military communiques and news, followed by a commentary by "Lord Haw Haw" to the British. He also has a warning to Americans about the foolishness of helping the British. William Joyce ("Lord Haw Haw"). 30:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

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