Inventory of the Oscar Theodore Broneer sound recording : Greece as I saw it
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Title: Oscar Theodore Broneer sound recording : Greece as I saw it
Collection Number: XX612
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Date (inclusive): undated
Abstract: Radio broacast relating to social conditions and relief operations in Greece at the end of World War II. Recorded by the National Broadcasting Company.
Physical Description: 1 item (2 phonorecords) (0.1 linear feet)
Creator: Broneer, Oscar Theodore, 1894-
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American relief worker in Greece.
Radio broacast relating to social conditions and relief operations in Greece at the end of World War II. Recorded by the National Broadcasting Company.
In English and Greek.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
National Broadcasting Company.
World War, 1939-1945--Civilian relief.
World War, 1939-1945--Greece.
Sound recording: Greece as I saw it, undated
Use copy reference number: xx612_a_0002115
Broneer recounts the condition of several locations in Greece following the Axis occupation of World War II. The scenes he presents are of striking poverty: destroyed buildings, unemployment, homelessness, inadequate farming technology, and under-nourished children. He recalls aid operations already in progress and ponders how to further help the Greek people. In English