‘Forgotten Voices of the Second World War’

The Telegraph newspaper also recently gave away the complete set of The Forgotten Voices series, which comprised of two 50 page glossy booklets and five audio CD’s, both based on the writings of Max Arthur the author of both ‘Forgotten Voices of the Great War’. The content also included a collection of oral histories and personal experiences provided by the soldiers, sailors, airmen and civilians of both conflicts, and the accounts by both The Servicemen & civilians are documented inside the two booklets & five CDs

The content for the five CD’s is also taken from the Imperial War Museums’ Sound Archive, and provides a remarkable history of Britain at war, These moving CDs contain dramatic audio extracts from war veterans, with an over-arching narrative linking the excerpts. The WWI CDs are narrated by Richard Bebb and the WWII CDs are narrated by Timothy West.

  • WWI – The Opening Shots
  • WWI – The Somme and Back to Ypres
  • WWI – The Struggle to Victory
  • WWII – War at Sea and in the Air
  • WWII – D-Day and Beyond

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