"Thanks to what was then called the 'post', the French were able to follow, mostly with their families, all the great events of their time. Sometimes happy, sometimes sad. The Sound Library delivers here, an anthology of 92 of these historical moments. Divided chronologically (1900-1939, 1940-1944, 1945-1952, 1953-1959, 1960-1974, 1978-1999) on eight albums, they also have an emotional and evocative value which, from Édouard Branly's first speech (1900) to that of Lionel Jospin in The National Assembly on Kosovo (1999), through the inauguration of the first metro line (1903), plunge the listener back into history. Moving." (Victor BATTAGGION - HISTORIA)
"Thanks to what was then called the 'post', the French were able to follow, mostly with their families, all the great events of their time. Sometimes happy, sometimes sad. The Sound Library delivers here, an anthology of 92 of these historical moments. Divided chronologically (1900-1939, 1940-1944, 1945-1952, 1953-1959, 1960-1974, 1978-1999) on eight albums, they also have an emotional and evocative value which, from Édouard Branly's first speech (1900) to that of Lionel Jospin in The National Assembly on Kosovo (1999), through the inauguration of the first metro line (1903), plunge the listener back into history. Moving." (Victor BATTAGGION - HISTORIA)
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Histoire Sonore Du Xxe Siecle / Various
Artist: Histoire Sonore Du Xxe Siecle / Various
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"Thanks to what was then called the 'post', the French were able to follow, mostly with their families, all the great events of their time. Sometimes happy, sometimes sad. The Sound Library delivers here, an anthology of 92 of these historical moments. Divided chronologically (1900-1939, 1940-1944, 1945-1952, 1953-1959, 1960-1974, 1978-1999) on eight albums, they also have an emotional and evocative value which, from Édouard Branly's first speech (1900) to that of Lionel Jospin in The National Assembly on Kosovo (1999), through the inauguration of the first metro line (1903), plunge the listener back into history. Moving." (Victor BATTAGGION - HISTORIA)