Inventory of the You Can't Beat the Dutch. Radio Program Series Phonorecords, 1941-1945

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Title: You Can't Beat the Dutch. Radio Program Series Phonorecords,
Date (inclusive): 1941-1945
Collection Number: XX649
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 12 phonorecords (1.2 linear feet)
Abstract: Relates to Dutch military, naval, and aerial operations, and to the resistance in the German-occupied Netherlands.
Location note: Hoover Institution Archives.
Creator: You can't beat the Dutch

Access

Collection open for research.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], You Can't Beat the Dutch. Radio Program Series Phonorecords, Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives.

Accruals

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Scope and Contents note

Relates to Dutch military, naval, and aerial operations, and to the resistance in the German-occupied Netherlands.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Netherlands--History--German occupation, 1940-1945.
Netherlands.
Phonorecords.
World War, 1939-1945--Netherlands.
World War, 1939-1945--Underground movements.
World War, 1939-1945.

 

Jungle Assignment - Lt. Commander X, Royal Netherlands Navy

 

I Saw Amersfoort - Marie de Witt

 

Cavalcade of Courage - Dr. Corydon Wassell, Lt. Commander, USNR

 

The Saga of the Old Lady - William Zernicke, Seaman

 

Wings over Hollandia - Major van Vliet, Royal Netherlands Indies Airforce

 

Sweep or Sink - Lt. Atwood George Serle, Royal Netherlands Navy

 

The Story of Surabaya - Captain Willem Heringa and Lt. Hein Heringa, R.N.N.

 

Jumping Joe, Pride of Paducah - Commander Joseph Clinton Clifton, U.S.N. Airforce

 

Heroine of the Catacombs - Lt. Denes Baylo, American Field Service

 

One-Woman League of Nations - Josephine Coates

 

The Log of the O-21 - Lt. Frans J. Kroesen, R.N.N.

 

Building a New Indonesia - Hon. Charles van der Plas, Acting Governor of Free Parts of Netherlands Indies

 

Indonesian Sidelights - Lt. Mohammed Mansoer, R.N.M.C.

 

Caribbean Patrol - Lt. Commander Emil Dankmeijer, R.N.N.

 

Two years with Dutch Underground - Sgt. Reiner Pietermaat, R.N.I.A.

 

Demand for Surrender - Major General N.L.W. van Straten, R.N.I.A.

 

Soldiers of the Sky - Major General Maxwell D. Taylor, U.S. Army, Commander of 101st Airborne Division

 

Holland Calling U.S.A. - L. de Jong and A. den Doolard (London)

 

The Dutch Lion Returns - Major A. Kerkhoven, R.N. Army

Access

Use copy reference number: xx649_a_0009526
 

Underground in Germany - Jacob van Berkel

Access

Use copy reference number: xx649_a_0009526
 

Special Easter Program, 1945

 

Front Line Report - Arnold vas Dias, Managing Director ANETA, Dutch War Correspondent

 

The Useless Ijssel Wall - Captain General Gerard Schovers, R.N. Marine Corps

 

The Tale of the Travel Club - Commander Hans Winckel, R.N.N.