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WWII In American Music: Axis & Allies
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Part 8: Axis & Allies
This section covers songs from the war years, 1942-1945, whose main theme is about America's war enemies and Allies. A more detailed examination of this topic is planned for the future. In the meantime, this archive is presented.
Anti-Japanese
Sheet Music: "Modern Cannonball" (1942)
Sheet Music: "Modern Cannonball" (1942)
"Modern Cannonball" by Denver Darling (1942)
sound "Modern Cannonball" by Denver Darling (1942)
"Care of Uncle Sam" by Denver Darling (1942)
sound "Care of Uncle Sam" by Denver Darling (1942)
"Taps For The Japs" by Freddie Fisher (1944)
sound "Taps For The Japs" by Freddie Fisher (1944)
"When The Atom Bomb Fell" by Karl and Harty (1945)
sound "When The Atom Bomb Fell" by Karl and Harty (1945)
 
Anti-German
Sheet Music: "Hitler's Doom" (1943)
Sheet Music: "Hitler's Doom" (1943)
"Hitler's Funeral" by Don Baxter (c. 1942)
sound "Hitler's Funeral" by Don Baxter (c. 1942)
"Der Feuhrer's Face" by Arthur Fields (1942)
sound "Der Feuhrer's Face" by Arthur Fields (1942)
"Der Feuhrer's Face" by Spike Jones (1942)
sound "Der Feuhrer's Face" by Spike Jones (1942)
"Der Feuhrer's Face" by Johnny Bond (1942)
sound "Der Feuhrer's Face" by Johnny Bond (1942)
"Der Feuhrer's Face" by Charles Brook (c. 1943)
sound "Der Feuhrer's Face" by Charles Brook (c. 1943)
"Marching Thru Berlin" by Ethel Merman (1942)
sound "Marching Thru Berlin" by Ethel Merman (1942)
"Blues In Berlin" (V-Disc) by Josh White (1943)
sound "Blues In Berlin" (V-Disc) by Josh White (1943)
"V-Day Stomp" by The Four Clefs (1944)
sound "V-Day Stomp" by The Four Clefs (1944)
"(There'll Be a) Hot Time In The Town of Berlin" by Bing Crosby and Andrews Sisters (1944)
sound "(There'll Be a) Hot Time In The Town of Berlin" by Bing Crosby and Andrews Sisters (1944)
"(There'll Be a) Hot Time In The Town of Berlin" (V-Disc) by Bing Crosby and Andrews Sisters (1944)
sound "(There'll Be a) Hot Time In The Town of Berlin" (V-Disc) by Bing Crosby and Andrews Sisters (1944)
"Last Page of Mein Kampf" by "Texas" Jim Robertson (1945)
sound "Last Page of Mein Kampf" by "Texas" Jim Robertson (1945)
     
 
Anti-Axis (some combination of anti-Japanese, German, Italian)
"Let's Put The Axe To The Axis" by Abe Lyman (1941)
sound "Let's Put The Axe To The Axis" by Abe Lyman (1941)
"We'll Have a Rodeo in Tokyo And a Round Up In Old Berlin" by Oxie Waters (c. 1942)
sound "We'll Have a Rodeo in Tokyo And a Round Up In Old Berlin" by Oxie Waters (c. 1942)
"'1942 Turkey In The Straw'" by Carson Robison (1942)
sound "'1942 Turkey In The Straw'" by Carson Robison (1942)
"1942 Turkey In The Straw" by Denver Darling (1942)
sound "1942 Turkey In The Straw" by Denver Darling (1942)
"Mussolini's Letter To Hitler" by Carson Robison (1942)
sound "Mussolini's Letter To Hitler" by Carson Robison (1942)
"Mussolini's Letter To Hitler" by Denver Darling (1942)
sound "Mussolini's Letter To Hitler" by Denver Darling (1942)
"Hitler's Reply To Mussolini" by Carson Robison (1942)
sound "Hitler's Reply To Mussolini" by Carson Robison (1942)
"Hitler's Reply To Mussolini" by Denver Darling (1942)
sound "Hitler's Reply To Mussolini" by Denver Darling (1942)
"Yankee Doodle Ain't Doodlin' Now" by Dick Jurgens (1942)
sound "Yankee Doodle Ain't Doodlin' Now" by Dick Jurgens (1942)
"The Fightin' Son-of-a-Gun" by Zeke Manners (1942)
sound "The Fightin' Son-of-a-Gun" by Zeke Manners (1942)
"It's Just a Matter of Time" by Carson Robison (1942)
sound "It's Just a Matter of Time" by Carson Robison (1942)
"The Devil and Mr. Hitler" by Denver Darling (1942)
sound "The Devil and Mr. Hitler" by Denver Darling (1942)
"When Mussolini Laid His Pistol Down" by Denver Darling (1943)
sound "When Mussolini Laid His Pistol Down" by Denver Darling (1943)
"Win The War Blues" by Sonny Boy Williamson (1944)
sound "Win The War Blues" by Sonny Boy Williamson (1944)
"1945 Mother Goose Rhymes" by Carson Robison (1945)
sound "1945 Mother Goose Rhymes" by Carson Robison (1945)
"Hirohito's Letter To Hitler" by Carson Robison (1945)
sound "Hirohito's Letter To Hitler" by Carson Robison (1945)
"Hitler's Last Letter To Hirohito" by Carson Robison (1945)
sound "Hitler's Last Letter To Hirohito" by Carson Robison (1945)
     
 
America's Allies
Sheet Music: "The U.S.A. By Day and The R.A.F. By Night" (1944)
Sheet Music: "The U.S.A. By Day and The R.A.F. By Night" (1944)
"If War Breaks Out Tomorrow" by People's Artist of the USSR" (c. 1942)
sound "If War Breaks Out Tomorrow" by People's Artist of the USSR" (c. 1942)
"Tachanka" by by People's Artist of the USSR" (c. 1942)
sound "Tachanka" by by People's Artist of the USSR" (c. 1942)
"From Border to Border" by Paul Robeson (1942)
sound "From Border to Border" by Paul Robeson (1942)
"Oh, How Proud Our Quiet Don" by Paul Robeson (1942)
sound "Oh, How Proud Our Quiet Don" by Paul Robeson (1942)
"Mission to Moscow" by Benny Goodman (1942)
sound "Mission to Moscow" by Benny Goodman (1942)
"It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary" (V-Disc) by Dinah Shore & Bing Crosby (1943)
sound "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary" (V-Disc) by Dinah Shore & Bing Crosby (1943)
"Don't Let's Be Beastly To The Germans" by Noel Coward (British artist)
sound "Don't Let's Be Beastly To The Germans" by Noel Coward (British artist) (1943)
"The Stately Home of England" by Noel Coward (British artist) (1943)
sound "The Stately Home of England" by Noel Coward (British artist) (1943)
"Stalin Wasn't Stallin'" by Golden Gate Quartet (1943)
sound "Stalin Wasn't Stallin'" by Golden Gate Quartet (1943)
"Stalin Wasn't Stallin'" by The Song Spinners (1943)
sound "Stalin Wasn't Stallin'" by The Song Spinners (1943)
       
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