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Just back From The Battlefields of France!
War Correspondent Syndicated Columnist Radio Reporter
FIRST correspondent to broadcast from Paris on the day of liberation, Paul Manning is the
correspondent now in the United States who has covered the battle of France … from D-Day on the bloodstained beaches of Normandy … to St. Lo … Carentan … Coutances … Avranches … Rennes … Chartres … Fontainebleau … and on to the borders of the Reich — all the places where the fighting was heaviest, the battle most bitter.
Manning flew over the invasion beaches in an American bomber … later moved inland with our infantry. He lived for ten days with our paratroopers … He knows our GI's and our generals — Bradley, Patton, Hodges. He's seen the war in France at sea … in the air … on the ground. And his Report on France has the vivid impact, the dramatic force of great events seen as they happened and put into words by a sensitive reporter.
Paul Manning Reports on:
PREPARATION FOR INVASION
IN THE SKY AT H-HOUR, D-DAY
ON THE BEACHES OF NORMANDY
OUR PUSH ON ST. LO
THE FOREST OF MONT CASTRE
A BRIDGE NEAR AVRANCHES
BRADLEY AND PATTON
BOMBING VS. SHELLING
THE FACE OF FRANCE
OUR SOLDIERS IN ACTION
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