The Commissioning Of The U.S.S. North Carolina

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

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14197. The Commissioning Of The U.S.S. North Carolina. April 9, 1941. WOR, New York. Sustaining. The program originates from the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The first American battleship in eighteen years is commissioned. The ship is described as, "The World's Most Powerful." See cat. #13581 for the keel laying ceremony, see cat. #14122 for the launching of the ship. Alvin Josephy (reporter), Frank Knox (Secretary of The Navy), Harold Stark (Chief of Naval Operations), J. M. Barton (Governor, North Carolina), H. B. McKintrick (Commandant of the Brooklyn Navy Yard), Paul Schubert ("Mutual's naval authority"), Olaf Husped (? Captain of the ship). 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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