Tagged: Italy

November 9, 1938 – Neville Chamberlain And The Munich Crisis – Staving Off The Inevitable

Lest we all forget events in history leading up to other events in history, the Munich Crisis of 1938 served as the Preview Of Coming Attractions in what would eventually become World War 2. In what became a word associated with weakness in Foreign Policy, Appeasement had averted, at least...

March 19, 1948 – A Cold War Tinderbox – Roman Spring – The Marshall Plan

If we’re helping keep your mind off things, maybe chipping in a buck of five would be a good idea, no?: Become a Patron! Characterized as a tinderbox by the State Department, Turkey, Italy, Greece and the Balkan region were hot in the grips of rioting on this March 19th...

James Brown

James Brown – In Session – Rome, 1971 – Past Daily Soundbooth

James Brown and His Famous Flames – RAI Studios – Rome- April 24, 1971 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection James Brown and a taste of Soul comes to Rome, via this studio session for RAI-TV, recorded on April 24, 1971. If you can get past the canned applause, which makes...

David Bowie

David Bowie In Concert – 1990 -The Sound + Vision Tour – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Inimitable David Bowie tonight. From his groundbreaking 1990 Sound + Vision tour, a performance at the Milton Keynes Bowl on August 5, 1990. Bill as a “greatest hits tour” with the object of retiring many of his longtime concert staples in favor of newer material, it was a massive...

June 10, 1940 - Mussolini - Ciano - von Ribbentrop

June 10, 1940 – Et Tu, Duce?

June 10, 1940 – British Minister of Information Alfred Duff Cooper address – BBC World Service/CBS – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – June 10, 1940 – news for this day was about the sudden declaration of war against Britain and France, just as German troops were headed to Paris. British...