"Army Hour" was a radio show that was broadcast during World War II. It was a US military propaganda show that was intended to boost the morale of American soldiers and their families, as well as to explain the war effort to the general public. The show typically featured a variety of musical performances, comedy sketches, and speeches by military leaders, as well as messages from soldiers overseas. It was broadcast on various radio networks and was often introduced by a celebrity host or celebrity guests.
The purpose of "Army Hour" was to provide a source of entertainment and information for soldiers and their families, and to promote the efforts of the US military. The show often featured patriotic songs and messages of support for the troops, and it was designed to boost morale and help maintain public support for the war effort.
"Army Hour" was an important part of the US war effort during World War II, and it remains a part of American cultural history as a reminder of the sacrifices made by the men and women who served in the military during that time.
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 3 old time radio episodes:
|03.26.1944||soldiers see movies|
|N/A||army hour afrts#747 first song don't you quit now (pearl bailey)|
|N/A||first song hes a loser|