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Nazi Propaganda Swing 1940-1945

 
Nazi Propaganda Swing 1940-1945
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Charlie and His Orchestra. Nazi Propaganda Swing 1940-1945(The Lutz Templin Orchestr). This superb 16-track collection of clever English lyrics, ranging from the funny to the vitriolic, offers some stunning Nazi Propaganda Swing classics such as: United Nations,  Airman, Double-Dare You,Miss BBC, Daisy, A Pocket Full of Dreams, Whyd You Make Me Fall in Love, Siegfried Line, Elmers Tune, Dinah, Sheik of Araby, Picture Bye Bye Empire, Black-Out Blues, Youre Driving Me Crazy! plus, at Goebbels insistence, two poignant Lale Andersen vocals on Under an Umbrella & Lili Marleen. which, also sung in English, were specifically aimed at capitalizing on the home-sickness many Allied servicemen posted overseas would already be feeling.

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