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News 39

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Sunday
3 September 1939
'...and so consequently this country is at war with Germany.'
With these words, Prime
Minister Neville Chamberlain took Britain into the Second World War, 50 years ago today. Sue Lawley brings you the news of that momentous Sunday, as though it were happening today - recapturing the events and the mood of the British people as they went to war. Correspondents: Charles Wheeler , David Sells ,
Tim Sebastian , Christopher Jones Christopher Lee , Paul Burden. Researcher MONA ADAMS
Director PIETER MORPURGO Associate producer NICHOLAS WITCHELL
Executive producer HUGH PURCELL Producer STEPHEN PHELPS
0 CASSETTES: from the BBC archives, 'The Second World War'
(£5.99); 'D-Day Despatches I Victory in Europe' (£5.99) - two double cassette packs available from bookshops and record shops.
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Neville Chamberlain
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Tim Sebastian
Unknown: Christopher Jones
Unknown: Christopher Lee
Unknown: Paul Burden.
Unknown: Mona Adams
Director: Pieter Morpurgo
Producer: Nicholas Witchell

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