The Sound of WWII

Friday, December 30, 2005

Transcript

Gulf War II was the first war that viewers had the ability to watch in real time, but it wasn't the first time reporters offered play-by-play narration from the battlefield. That distinction goes to World War II. The war reporting of Edward R. Murrow and his colleagues can again be heard on a CD companion to the book, "World War II on the Air." Co-author Mark Bernstein listens to some of the highlights with Bob.

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