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Desc:'All that was mortal of over five hundred men and boys lay there, in two neat piles.'
Category:Educational, Military
Tags:World War II, Edward R. Murrow, audio cuts out adruptly at the end
Submitted:Xenocide
Date:12/06/07
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Ursa_minor - 2007-12-06
Made 100,000 times creepier thanks to the nightmare thinny warble blaring over the top of the entire thing.
sheikurbouti - 2007-12-06
Once upon a time journalists were brave and honorable.
Camonk - 2007-12-06
Man, Murrow could talk. Not just to convey basic facts, but ideas and emotions and descriptions. "I'm not the least bit sorry." Awesome.
helicopter cats - 2007-12-06
Amazing, but the last few words are cut off. "...if there be a better epitaph, history does not record it."
Repomancer - 2007-12-07
"I saw it, but I will not describe it."
LetsFistAgain - 2007-12-07
Remember when wars were fought for just causes?
Jeff Fries - 2007-12-09
tl;dl
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