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Morton, Dudley W. (Dudley Walker) 1907-1943

Overview
Works: 3 works in 5 publications in 1 language and 193 library holdings
Genres: Radio interviews  Nonfiction radio programs  Radio docudramas  Radio serials  Interviews  Radio commentaries  Radio news programs  Radio specials  Radio airchecks  War radio programs 
Roles: Interviewee
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Most widely held works about Dudley W Morton
 
Most widely held works by Dudley W Morton
[Weekly war journal. [The march of time( Recording )

1 edition published in 1943 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Weekly war journal: The Russians are pushing the Germans out of the east. Allied bombers continue to attack German North Africa. American bombers attack Burma to support the British ground advance there. President Roosevelt says that "We will win the war." Bill Hillman reports from Washington D.C., the Germans have tried to divide the Americans and British. John MacVain reports from Algiers about Allied attacks on Axis bases. The march of time: An official of the government of Malta reports about the continuous Axis bombs falling on that island. Lieutenant Commander Dudley W. Morton (of the submarine "Wahoo") is interviewed by Bernard Clayton and tells how he sank a Japanese destroyer and several Japanese merchant ships. A feature about eating horsemeat is presented, including an interview with the owners of "The Whirlaway Horsemeat Market Of New Jersey." Lucius Beebe gives his recipe for "Filet of Foal," a recipe for horsemeat. The last written words of Alexander Woollcott are read; Senator John Bankhead (of Alabama) speaks from Washington, D.C. about manpower needs for the armed forces and for agriculture
[The march of time. [Wendell Willkie's analysis on tariffs]( Recording )

1 edition published in 1943 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The march of time: An official of the government of Malta reports about the continuous Axis bombs falling on that island. Lieutenant Commander Dudley W. Morton (of the submarine "Wahoo") is interviewed by Bernard Clayton and tells how he sank a Japanese destroyer and several Japanese merchant ships. A feature about eating horsemeat is presented, including an interview with the owners of "The Whirlaway Horsemeat Market Of New Jersey." Lucius Beebe gives his recipe for "Filet of Foal," a recipe for horsemeat. The last written words of Alexander Woollcott are read; Senator John Bankhead (of Alabama) speaks from Washington, D.C. about manpower needs for the armed forces and for agriculture. The beginning of "Your Esso reporter" is heard at the end of the program. Wendell Willkie speech. An analysis of the current tariff
 
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Alternative Names
Dudley Morton

Dudley W. Morton Amerikaans officier (1907-1943)

Dudley Walker Morton US-amerikanischer U-Boot-Kommandant und Kriegsverbrecher im Zweiten Weltkrieg

Morton, Mush, 1907-1943

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