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<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/haig_despatches.htm Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches as British Commander-in-Chief]
 
<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/haig_despatches.htm Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches as British Commander-in-Chief]
 
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<li>Audio Recordings of Dr. Roland G. Usher reporting on the founding of the United Nations (in San Francisco) for KSD Radio (St. Louis).<dd>Digitally remastered from the original KSD studio recording master disks.<dd>[http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/eurodocs/UsherUNFounding04-27-45.mp3 April 27, 1945, San Francisco]<dd>This radio broadcast is dated April 27, 1945. There were 3 disks to the set.<dd>Disk 1 contained the commentary of Charles G. Ross, contributing editor of the <i>St. Louis Post Dispatch</i>.<dd>The recording is only of disks 2 and 3. The recording begins with disk 2 at the end of Mr. Ross's commentary.<br><br><dd>[http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/eurodocs/UsherUNFounding05-04-45.mp3 May 4, 1945, San Francisco]<dd>This radio broadcast is dated May 4, 1945. There were 3 disks to the set.<dd>Disk 1 contained the commentary of Charles G. Ross, contributing editor of the <i>St. Louis Post Dispatch</i>.<dd>The recording is only of disks 2 and 3. The recording begins with disk 2 at the end of Mr. Ross's commentary.<dd>(April-May 1945; large audio files -- best played with broadband reception).
 
<li>Audio Recordings of Dr. Roland G. Usher reporting on the founding of the United Nations (in San Francisco) for KSD Radio (St. Louis).<dd>Digitally remastered from the original KSD studio recording master disks.<dd>[http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/eurodocs/UsherUNFounding04-27-45.mp3 April 27, 1945, San Francisco]<dd>This radio broadcast is dated April 27, 1945. There were 3 disks to the set.<dd>Disk 1 contained the commentary of Charles G. Ross, contributing editor of the <i>St. Louis Post Dispatch</i>.<dd>The recording is only of disks 2 and 3. The recording begins with disk 2 at the end of Mr. Ross's commentary.<br><br><dd>[http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/eurodocs/UsherUNFounding05-04-45.mp3 May 4, 1945, San Francisco]<dd>This radio broadcast is dated May 4, 1945. There were 3 disks to the set.<dd>Disk 1 contained the commentary of Charles G. Ross, contributing editor of the <i>St. Louis Post Dispatch</i>.<dd>The recording is only of disks 2 and 3. The recording begins with disk 2 at the end of Mr. Ross's commentary.<dd>(April-May 1945; large audio files -- best played with broadband reception).
 
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