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Charles Gardner - Air Battle Over The English Channel (Shellac)

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  1. Morning all. On 14 July BBC reporter Charles Gardner gave com mentary on a dogfight going on above the English Channel as Ju87 Stuka dive bombers attacked a British convoy in the opening stages of the Battle of Britain. The recording became controversial at the time, as it was deemed too excitable akin to a football commentary.
  2. Dec 19,  · As such, he became known as The Voice of the Air,' witnessing and recording the greatest days in British aviation history. But Perhaps he will best be remembered for his eye-witness account of an air battle over the English Channel when German dive bombers unsuccessfully attacked a British convoy but were driven off by RAF fighters.
  3. Furthermore, those who did not get the magazine, the BBC radio hosted a commentary of the dogfights over the English channel, hosted by Charles Gardner, who has a photo also in the July 18, issue of "London Calling". All of these photos accurately show the technology and time of war in England during the Battle of Britain.
  4. - Live Radio Broadcast: Air Battle Over The English Channel (July 14, - Part I, With Charles Gardner) - Live Radio Broadcast: Air Battle Over The English Channel (July 14, - Part II, With Charles Gardner) - Carry On: Ambrose And His Orchestra (With Jack Cooper) - Speech To The People Of The Commonwealth: HM The Queen - (There'll Be.
  5. Battle of Britain Broadcaster - Charles Gardner, Radio Pioneer and WWII Pilot af. Robert & Gardner MBE  Du sparer Spar kr. 45,00 med Saxo Premium. Bog hverdage kr. ,95; Leveringstid hverdage; Forventet levering ; Din priskr. ,95 Medlemspriskr. ,
  6. 12" 78 rpm Shellac Record. DECCA SPECIAL RECORD SP CHARLES GARDNER. As Broadcast by the B.B.C. on 14th July "AIR BATTLE OVER THE ENGLISH CHANNEL - Part 1 / AIR BATTLE OVER THE ENGLISH CHANNEL - Part 2" CONDITION: E to E-(Original BBC recordings from WW11).
  7. With this DVD and CD collection, you can relive the sights and sounds of a nation at war. In the summer of , Britain stood alone against the Nazi menace, threatened by invasion yet galvanized by the bulldog spirit of Winston Churchill. Recall those epic times through the newsreels, broadcasts and music from and beyond. Includes: Their Finest Hour (June 18, ): The Rt. Hon Winston.
  8. Battle of Britain - 13th July Eighty years ago today BBC reporter Charles Gardner recorded this remarkable audio as he witnessed a dogfight over the English Channel near Dover. Broadcast the following day, the recording caused something of a controversy, with some listeners believing Gardner's enthusiasm to be un-British!

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