really, how do you go about arranging that, can you do it via the web
or do you have to go there ?
Well, it was all because I missed a copy of The Golden Hour LP entitled
Aeroplanes of World War II which I had lent to someone and never got it
back, you know the score.
Anyway, as the source of the LP was from IWM recordins I telephoned the
Imperial War Museum and a very nice woman told me that they had a service
where you could mention the stuff you wanted and they'd slap half an hours
stuff on a CD for a fiver or an hours stuff for a tenner. Or you could go
there and listen through then select what you want.
I've got some leaflet in a folder somewhere and shall dig it out for you,
"Richard Brooks" wrote in
As far as i know this is authentic.
Does anyone know anymore about this ?
Is it indeed authentic ?
Its a 400k wav file.
Dunno but there is an archiving service by the IWM and they'll fill
a CD-R with stuff you ask for, for about a tenner which is very
All that wartime recording by in-the-field news gatherers can be
yours for little money!