German Overseas Service

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.

19003. German Overseas Service. February 26, 1944. DXX (shortwave), Berlin. Military news, a list of new American prisoners, "Midge" (Axis Sally) describes recently killed and injured Americans, "The Voice of Common Sense", recorded pops amd semi-classical music. This is the program that was used as evidence during the trail at which Mildred Gillars was convicted on treason. Mildred Gillars. 59:46. Audio condition: Good to very good. Part of continuing coverage.

19004. German Overseas Service. July 27, 1944. DJD (shortwave), Berlin. Sustaining. A pop music show, news, an historical review of German weaponry and military strategy. "The individual may fall, but not the flag." A reading of the essay, "Surpassing the Enemy's Headstart," by Dr. Joseph Goebbels. "Home Sweet Home," a live swing music show hosted by "Midge" (Axis Sally). Mildred Gillars. 60:48. Audio condition: Very good. Part of continuing coverage.

12225. German Overseas Service. July 27, 1944. Germany. Sustaining. News, an address by Goebbels (read in English), and "Home Sweet Home" a DJ show with "Midge" whose real name was Mildred Elizabeth Gillars, better known to American G. I.'s as "Axis Sally." The music fill is an incongruous organ recital of "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life." Axis Sally. 52 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

Report contains 3 programs.