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1) Air-Raid Siren: "Warning"/Pearl Harbor Is Attacked December 7th 1941/Remember Pearl Harbor/President Roosevelt Declares War. December 8th 1941/We Did It Before and We Can Do It Again
2) British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain Returns from Munich September 29th 1938/The Umbrella Man
3) Indian Summer/President Roosevelt Opens the New York World's Fair/Dawn of a New Day
4) Neville Chamberlain Declares War September 3rd 1939/We'll Meet Again/Ed Murrow Broadcasts on the Evacuation of Children from London September 1939/My Sister and I
5) Ed Murrow on the Retreat from Dunkirk June 1940/(There'll Be Bluebirds Over) the White Cliffs of Dover/News Flashes on the German Advance Across Europe: France Surrenders/The Last Time I Saw Paris
6) The London Blitz Fall 1940/I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire/The Deepest Shelter in Town/Ed Murrow on the Devastation of London 1940/A Little Old Church in England/London Pride
7) Winston Churchill Tells America "Give Us the Tools and We'll Finish the Job"/President Roosevelt "Arsenal of Democracy" Speech to Congress Spring 1941/Any Bonds Today
8) Joltin' Joe Dimaggio
9) Stalin Wasn't Stallin'
10) When the Lights Go Again/Paul O'Leary Deputy Administrator in Charge of Rationing Discusses Problems with a Typical Housewife and Her Grocer/There Won't Be a Shortage of Love
11) William Joyce "Lord Haw-Haw" Over German Radio/Der Fuhrer's Face/Tokyo Rose Broadcasts to the American Troops in the Pacific/You're a Sap Mr. Jap/President Roosevelt Labor Day 1941 Address/Fdr Jones/Lili Marlene
12) I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen/Girls Don't Refuse to Kiss a Soldier/Interview Outside Voltee Aircraft Plant Nashville Tennessee/Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition/ Harlem on Parade
13) They're Either Too Young or Too Old
14) Ed Murrow Broadcasts His Experiences on a Bomb Raid Over Berlin/Comin' on a Wing and a Prayer
15) You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To/Wonder When My Baby's Coming Home
16) On-The-Spot Account of American Forces Landing on Iwo Jima/Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima
17) President Roosevelt Addresses Congress on the Results of the Three-Power Yalta Conference February 1945/Yalta/Don't Fence Me In/I'll Buy That Dream
18) Finale
19) I'm Gonna Love That Guy (Like He's Never Been Loved Before)/Sentimental Journey
20) Waitin' for the Train to Come in
21) It's Been a Long Long Time
22) My Guy's Come Back
23) Air Raid Siren: "All Clear" Signal

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