Poetry Cafe 82: Anschluss 1938: Anglo-Austrian Relations?

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Texts read & Music played
  1. Comedian Harmonists (Tea for Two, 1934)
  2. Owen Hamilton: Tyrolean Summer (1934)
  3. Binnie Hale: As Time Goes By (1932)
  4. Extracts from The Times & The Manchester Guardian
  5. from the Musical ‚Cabaret‘: Tomorrow Belongs to Me
  6. F.S. Smythe: Over Tyrolese Hills (1936)
  7. Nina Murdoch: Tyrolean June (1935)
  8. Aimee Watt Smyth: Austria – The Land of Smiles – and Tears (1936)
  9. Benjamin Britten: Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Var. 10 Fugue and Finale (1937)
  10. A.J.P. Taylor: Chamberlain and Munich
  11. Greta Keller: So Little Time (1938)
  12. F.L. Carsten: The First Austrian Republic 1918-1938: A Study based on British and Austrian Documents
  13. Dr Kurt Schuschnigg: Farewell Austria (Cassell, 1938)
  14. Jack Buchanan: Goodnight, Vienna (1932)
  15. The Manchester Guardian: ‚The Naked Fist‘ (Editorial)
  16. Neville Chamberlain: Speech in the House of Commons, March 14 1938
  17. Valaida & Billy Mason’s Orchestra: Singin‘ in the Rain (1935)
  18. Helmut Qualtinger: Herr Karl (extract)
  19. Winston Churchill: Speech in the House of Commons, April 11 1938
  20. Extracts from The Times & The Manchester Guardian
  21. Neville Chamberlain: Speech on Sept 30 1938 ‚ ‚the piece of paper‘
  22. Dylan Thomas: The Hand that Signed the Paper (1935)
  23. C. Day Lewis: The Bells that Signed (1939)
  24. W.H. Auden: Epitaph on a Tyrant (1939)
  25. Winston Churchill: Speech in the House of Commons, June 4 1940 (‚We shall fight on the beaches…‘)
  26. Flanagan and Allen: Who do you think you’re kidding, Mr Hitler? (1940)
  27. Erich Fried: London bedeutet mir viel…
  28. Ralph Vaughan Williams: Symphony No. 4, 1st. Movement (1935)

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