Lili Marleen - The 1939 Original !

Lili Marleen - The 1939 Original !

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.

1944 True Story Of Lili Marlene (full)

1944 True Story Of Lili Marlene (full)

Freely downloadable at the Internet Archive, where I first uploaded it. National Archives description: "Summary: English announcer starts telling about Lili Marlene. English soldier returning home brings war relics and a record. Camera zooms in on Lili Marlene record. Man at home writes the lyrics. The man gets up and starts reading them to bg music. Camera shows girl under a lantern waiting at the barracks' gate. Loli Anderson (Swedish singer) practices the song in a nightclub while a woman scrubs the floor. Hitler, in car, drives past cheering crowd. Officer enters the Belgrade radio station and gives the announcer records. Record is played. Camera shows German troops in the desert, in subs, and at other posts listening. Loli Anderson in nightclub singing the song to the patrons. German announcer tells how popular the song became and how many Loli Anderson canteens were opened. Poster on Smolensk Road of Lili Marlene. German troops and vehicles advancing across the desert. Opera star sings "Lili Marlene" in Berlin. British BBC announcer starts to tell how the English soldiers adopted the song." National Archives Identifier: 23417

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World's Fastest Everything | 15 Insane Guinness World Records ✅

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Die letzten Bilder der Wehrmacht in Farbe ( Mai 1945 )

Die letzten Bilder der Wehrmacht in Farbe ( Mai 1945 )

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

zarah leander davon geht die welt nicht unter

zarah leander davon geht die welt nicht unter

zarah leander in the movie " die grosse liebe" the songwriter bruno balz wrote this, when he was in gestapo arrest 1941.

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Bella Ciao - ORIGINALE

Bella Ciao - ORIGINALE

Una mattina mi sono svegliato, o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao! Una mattina mi sono svegliato, e ho trovato l'invasor. O partigiano, portami via, o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao! O partigiano, portami via, ché mi sento di morir. E se io muoio da partigiano, o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao! E se io muoio da partigiano, tu mi devi seppellir. E seppellire lassù in montagna, o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao! E seppellire lassù in montagna, sotto l'ombra di un bel fior. Tutte le genti che passeranno, o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao! Tutte le genti che passeranno, Mi diranno «Che bel fior!» «È questo il fiore del partigiano», o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao! «È questo il fiore del partigiano, morto per la libertà!»

LALE ANDERSEN, "Lili Marleen" (1938).

LALE ANDERSEN, "Lili Marleen" (1938).

La historia de Lili Marleen comienza en 1915, cuando Hans Leip, soldado alemán, escribió unos poemas de tipo amoroso mientras estaba en el frente, durante la Iª Guerra Mundial. Estos versos fueron publicados en 1937 y llamaron la atención del conocido compositor Norbert Shultze, que les puso música. La canción fue estrenada en 1938, interpretada, aunque en un principio se negó a ello, por la famosa cantante Lale Andersen. Pero al principio no tuvo éxito, vendiéndose apenas 700 copias del disco. Sin embargo, dos años más tarde, en 1940, ya comenzada la Segunda Guerra Mundial, un suboficial de una compañía alemana de reconocimiento acorazado, que tenía el disco, la dejó oír un día en una reunión informal en el cuartel y gustó tanto a sus compañeros que fue adoptada como canción de la compañía. El grupo fue enviado en la primavera de 1941 al frente del norte de África, formando parte del Afrika Korps. La canción se volvería un éxito cuando la Soldatensender Belgrad (Radio de los Soldados de Belgrado), la estación de radio para las fuerzas armadas alemanas en la Yugoslavia ocupada, comenzó a transmitirla en 1941. Lili Marleen pronto se volvió inmensamente popular con los soldados alemanes en el frente. El transmisor de la estación de radio en Belgrado era lo suficientemente poderoso para ser recibido en toda Europa y el Mediterráneo y la canción se hizo popular entre las topas aliadas también. La canción se convirtió en el tema preferido entre los soldados de ambos bandos del frente occidental. Pero al gobierno nacionalsocialista no le agradaba la canción cuartelera de amantes separados y Joseph Goebbels prohibió su difusión en la radio. Lale Andersen (Liese-Lotte Bunnenberg) nació en 1905 en Lehe (Bremerhaven). Tuvo una vida azarosa, con altibajos en su carrera. En 1961 representó a Alemania en el Festival de Eurovisión, celebrado en Cannes, con la canción "Einmal sehen wir uns wieder". Lale murió en Viena en 1972. Su cuerpo está enterrado en la isla de Langeoog, donde tenía su residencia. __________ Letra de Hans Leip: Vor der Kaserne Vor dem großen Tor Stand eine Laterne Und steht sie noch davor So woll'n wir uns da wieder seh'n Bei der Laterne wollen wir steh'n Wie einst Lili Marleen. Unsere beide Schatten Sah'n wie einer aus Daß wir so lieb uns hatten Das sah man gleich daraus Und alle Leute soll'n es seh'n Wenn wir bei der Laterne steh'n Wie einst Lili Marleen. Schon rief der Posten, Sie blasen Zapfenstreich Das kann drei Tage kosten Kam'rad, ich komm sogleich Da sagten wir auf Wiedersehen Wie gerne wollt ich mit dir geh'n Mit dir Lili Marleen. Deine Schritte kennt sie, Deinen zieren Gang Alle Abend brennt sie, Doch mich vergaß sie lang Und sollte mir ein Leids gescheh'n Wer wird bei der Laterne stehen Mit dir Lili Marleen? Aus dem stillen Raume, Aus der Erde Grund Hebt mich wie im Traume Dein verliebter Mund Wenn sich die späten Nebel drehn Werd' ich bei der Laterne steh'n Wie einst Lili Marleen.

Soldatensender Belgrad (Soldiers Radio Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1941)

Soldatensender Belgrad (Soldiers Radio Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1941)

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/

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