The original version of the song written by Hans Liep (lyrics) and Norbert Schulze (music),performed by Lale Andersen on the November 1939 recording (Elecrola EG 6993) re-released in 1941 by His Masters Voice (Hungary) as HU 337, played on a HMV 104 gramophone. This particular record was played by Radio Belgrade in 1941, and the song quickly became popular with soldiers of all nations on both sides of the North African front, evoking the same emotions, irrespective of the side and cause they were fighting for.
Popular with both the German and Allied WWII troops, and first issued under the title “Lied eines Jungen Wachtpostens” (Song Of A Young Sentry), this recording by the German singer-songwriter became one of the more historically significant commercial music discs ever made. The fascinating and complex tale behind the song--and this version in particular-- is interestingly related in the 2008 book “Lili Marlene: The Soldiers' Song of World War II,” or you might just check the “Lili Marleen” entry in Wikipedia. See also the 1944 American-made recordings by both Hildegarde and Perry Como, found within this channel’s 1944 HITS ARCHIVE collection. Original 78rpm issued on Electrola 6993 - Lied eines Jungen Wachtpostens (Lili Marlen) (Schultze-Leip) by Lale Andersen with Bruno Seidler-Winkler Orch. & Chorus, recorded August 2, 1939 Check out the daily music posts on my Facebook group: 1950s HITS--EVERY DAY! https://www.facebook.com/groups/824194430969202/ MusicProf78 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Musicprof78/689903871053047
Zorba the Greek.Greek title: Αλέξης Ζορμπάς (Alexis Zorbas) is a 1964 film directed by Cypriot Michael Cacoyannis and starring Anthony Quinn as the title character. It is based on the novel Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis. The supporting cast includes Alan Bates, Lila Kedrova, Irene Papas.Oscar 1964.
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Mai 1945, deutsche Truppe begegnen in Tschechoslowakei (Böhmen) nach der Kapitulation US Truppen Richtung Westen. Es ist das Ende des Zweiten Weltkrieges. Einmalige Farbaufnahmen von Panzern, Halbketten, LKWs, Kübelwagen, Uniformen etc. www.ALFASHIRT.de
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Station introduction. Soldatensender Belgrad was a radio-station that broadcast news and music to German military all over Europe during World War II - with receptions reaching across the Mediterranean to North Africa. The station first played an obscure love song, ‘Lili Marleen’ which became a huge hit among German soldiers that German Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel requested it to be played daily. This fan base would later on include Allied listeners with UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill becoming a fan of the song. Originally Radio Beograd (Радио Београд) the station changed to ‘Wehrmachtssender Belgrad’ (Armed Forces radio) when the Nazis took over. The station transmitted from the city of Belgrade, capital of then Kingdom of Yugoslavia, today of Serbia. Credits Audio https://intervalsignals.net Images https://www.youtube.com/user/CombatCameraUnit Many thanks to people from http://wordreference.com/
1971 interview with Marlene Dietrich, recorded in Copenhagen, Denmark for Swedish Television.
zarah in the movie" die grosse liebe" of 1942. its a wonderful lovesong, written by michael jary and bruno balz.the song was not by any means meant as propaganda from both. the songwriter balz was arrested for some weeks from gestapo and jary helped him become released.
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