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Historic Recordings
History as it happened. Live.

Sample shows - left click headphones to listen, right-click & save-as to download

Show Title Broadcast Date File Size Length
Details
Left-click to listen, Right-click to download Charles Lindbergh Returns To USA 6/11/27 0.328 00:01:48 After his historic transatlantic flight, Lindbergh returns to the USA aboard the USS Memphis.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download Neville Chamberlain Returns From Munich 9/30/38 0.665 00:02:45 In the current political climate you will hear much about appeasment and negotiation with radical Islam. British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain thought he could negotiate peace with Hitler.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download Pearl Harbor Attacked 12/7/41 3.98 00:17:23 Hear the same radio broadcast that listeners heard on December 7, 1941.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download The Declaration Of Independence 7/4/57 4.24 00:10:35 Read by President (then Senator) John F Kennedy on July 4, 1957.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download 1st Kennedy-Nixon Debate 9/26/60 13.1 00:57:36 Supposedly, people who saw it thought Kennedy won, people who heard it thought Nixon. Hear it for yourself.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download Ronald Reagan Speaks About Socialized Medicine xx/xx/61 0 00:10:06 Haven't we been here before?

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download JFK Assassination 11/22/63 10.3 00:45:21 Live radio coverage of the fateful events of November 22, 1963.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download One Small Step 7/20/69 0.07 00:00:12 Neil Armstrong setting foot on the moon. This is America! We can do anything we set our mind to.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download Ronald Reagan Interviews xx/xx/75 0 Ronald Reagan interviewed on 60 Minutes from 1975 to 1989.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download A World Split Apart 6/8/78 13.8 00:60:31 Alexander Solzhenitsyn addresses Harvard. Come on Alex, tell us how you really feel.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download Tear Down This Wall 6/12/87 6.09 00:26:36 In 1987, President Ronald Reagan spoke at the Brandenburg Gate of the Berlin Wall, and challenged Soviet Premier Gorbachev to tear it down. The Wall went up in 1961, and did indeed fall on Nov. 9, 1989.

Left-click to listen, Right-click to download GW Bush Joint Session 9/20/01 8.06 00:35:14 President Bush addresses the nation shortly after the 9/11 attacks.

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