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"allied paratroopers" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Clicking on the link in the show notes before explain what is happening today in the city of meghan. I need to set the table by explaining what happened back. In september nineteen forty four. The allies had landed in normandy back in june and we're pushing north into belgium and the netherlands. The goal was to get to berlin quickly and try to finish the war by christmas to achieve this british field. Marshal bernard montgomery hatched a plan known as operation market garden market wasn't audacious plan whereby allied paratroopers would be dropped behind enemy lines to take key bridges and land forces would then rush up behind them to advance and cut off german forces. The airborne component was the market. The ground forces were the garden if successful this would have created a one hundred kilometer thrust into the netherlands which would have created one arm of a pincer which would then enveloped the german industrial. Heartland if you want an excellent dramatization of operation market garden. I suggest watching epic. Nineteen seventy seven movie a bridge too far. They especially have scenes that detail the events. I'll be talking about in this episode. One of the key bridges which needed to be taken was in the city of nine. Megan as i noted in the introduction nine megan sits on the wall river which is a very wide river and very important for transportation. The bridge overnight. Megan was one of the longest in europe at the time the entire plan involved one road and capturing key bridges along that road if one of the bridges along route failed to be taken. The entire operation would fail. I'm not going to go into more detail but operation market garden as it could easily be. Its own episode. Suffice it to say that taking the bridge and nine megan was key to success of the entire operation. There was a second railroad bridge nine. Megan but the story revolves around the road bridge in meghan. The major concern was that the road bridge was going to be blown up the germans. If that happened the entire operation was dead. However the germans believed that the bridge needed to be preserved so it could be part of a future german.
"allied paratroopers" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"By clicking on the link in the show notes. Before I explain what is happening today in the city of Megan I I need to set the table by explaining what happened back in. September nineteen, forty four. The allies had landed in Normandy back in June and pushing North into Belgium and the Netherlands. The goal was to get to Berlin quickly and try to finish the war by Christmas. To achieve this British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery hatched a plan known as Operation Market Garden. Market. Garden. Was An audacious plan whereby allied paratroopers would be dropped behind enemy lines to take key bridges and land forces would then rush up behind them to advance and cut off German forces. The airborne component was the market and the ground forces were the garden. If successful, this would have created a one hundred kilometer thrust into the Netherlands which would have created one arm of a pincer, which would then envelope the German industrial heartland. If you want an excellent dramatization of Operation Market Garden I suggest watching the epoch nineteen, seventy, seven movie a bridge too far. They especially have scenes that detail the events I'll be talking about in episode. One of the key bridges which needed to be taken was in the city of nine Megan. As I noted in the introduction nine Megan sits on the wall river, which is a very wide river and very important for transportation. The bridge overnight Megan was one of the longest in Europe at the time. The entire plan involved one road and capturing key bridges along that road. If one of the bridges along the route failed to be taken, the entire operation would fail. I'm not going to go into more detail about operation market garden as it could easily be its own episode suffice to say that taking the bridge and nine Megan was key to success of the entire operation. There was a second railroad bridge in nine Meghan, but this story revolves around the road bridge. In Nine Megan the major concern was that the road bridge was going to be blown up by the Germans if that happened, then the entire operation was dead however, the Germans believed that the bridge needed to be preserved. So it could be part of a future German counterattack. When the I paratroopers were dropped and the attack began on September seventeenth the bridge was intact. The entire operation however went much lower than expected with delays and taking bridges and traffic jams. When the time came to take the bridge and September twentieth the Allies realized they needed to take both sides of the bridge to get to the north side of the bridge. They would need boats and they didn't have any. They eventually found thirty two canvas boats in Belgium, which had to be rushed up tonight Megan for the bridge assault. Only twenty, six of the thirty two boats ended.
"allied paratroopers" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"You ever listening to Charles Lawton Norman Carbons, adaptation and production of Sandberg First of an American village e based on the works of three great modern writers. With Mr Louder than the cast where Hans Conrad while he man Residues mccambridge Dick Ryan Joan Lauren will ride. Joe Grandba- Lorraine Tunnel Bob Bruce Norman. Field Ross Horace Willard. Jong Franklin Parker Harry Bartell, Edmar and Earl Robinson. Bernard, Herrmann composed and conducted the original score. At the same time next week CBS. We'll bring you the second program of an American trilogy Carlin's production of selections from the writings of Thomas. Again with an original score like Olympia has prize winning Bernard Hermann. The ionized these big John Program was cancelled tonight in order to bring you the previous broadcast. Big Town will be heard at the same time next week over these stations. Let the CBS the Columbia Broadcasting System. It's up to the minute coverage of the invasion of western. Europe. CBS World now brings the latest news development followed by reports by its correspondents at home and abroad. I for the latest news dispatches here is John Daly. Here is what we know officially about the progress of the invasion of Europe at this moment, the second communique from Supreme Allied Headquarters issued early this evening, eastern wartime told us that our forces succeeded in their initial landings, and that fighting continues. Our landings were affected undercover of a heavy air and naval bombardment. We know officially that our naval casualties were light, much lighter than expected rather than Roosevelt, told his radio best conference after noon today, eastern wartime United States naval losses where to destroy US and one landing ship for tanks. To rear admirals of the United States Navy would have bought cruises which took part in the naval bombardment, which preceded the landings Rear Admiral Alan Goodrich, Kirk, commander, of one of the Task Forces Watch the operations from his flagship the cruiser. And Rear Admiral Morton L. Deo was in command of the cruiser Tuscaloosa in American, battleship Nevada pace. The thousand allied ships that made up the striking ARMATA. We know officially to modern. The thousand troop-carrying planes and gliders dropped allied paratroopers and other airborne troops behind the German lines in France. The airborne phase of the operation met with what the Allied High Command described as unexpected success and prime minister Churchill told the House of Commons earlier in the day, but I'll parachute. Troops seized the number of vital bridges before the Germans had time to blow them up. Churchill gave the only official allied indication of just where our troops landed, and how father have advanced. He announced that allied invasion spearhead penetrated the railroad town of Khan nine and a half miles inland, but reports from the German indicate tonight that forces pushed inland from seven and a half to ten miles at key points along a sixty mile front, and the radio said where thirteen miles inland one point north of come. While the official reports are happening, but meagre in detail we do know from the request correspondence and allied pilots who flew over the battle area. That I'll progress appears to be good in every area. We know too that there's no German counterattacks up to this time. Although such attacks are expected momentarily at eight PM Eastern wartime the German controlled Peres radio that an important American naval. Squadron was cruising off Chevron. CBS correspondent child culling would reports that we have already taken some German prisoners. He saw them line up at the end of one of our beachheads. At the same time, the first wounded men from the invasion front have landed back in England and about them. We have this report. Despite their wounds, many were cheerful and smiling. To round out the unofficial reports in the invasion, the London Daily Mail seven dispatch from Stockholm, but Adolf Hitler is expected to make a speech soon from somewhere in the west, where he said to be personal command of the Anti invasion operation, and that's the best news we've had today considering his record debate as commander of the German forces in the field. Now a picture of American fighting men, and how they react in battle by one who has seen them in action. Here is Colombia's war quarter when Reynolds. I know nothing about the mass strategy of war, and it would be presumptuous for me to try to guess what will happen tomorrow or the next day, and I have no idea tall to the final outcome of this most daring all military operation. But I do know Gi Joe. I saw him in action in Sicily and Salerno and I know his reactions. I, know his hopes and his fears. I know that he has been looking forward eagerly to this test. Just as he wants, looked forward to playing and a big high school football game. All. He was a bit nervous about it, but he knew that once it began. His nervousness would leave. It was tough. The Gi Joe Crossing the channel last night. Because, he knew they were enemy minefield that had to be crossed. Then, sitting there on the deck of a ship. Had nothing to do. Nothing to do but think. It was a chaplain. Every lodge ship in the invasion Amada. Chaplain was running during the Sicilian invasion during the Solano operation at Anzio. The G. Gi Joe doesn't want. Any sermons preached to him just. Before we goes into battle. He wants a pat on the back. Sometimes he wants to talk. To unburden himself. That's what Gi Joe did last night. That's got talking with the Padre. And it didn't matter much. What faith the Padre belong to? All chaplains wear the same uniform. And there was only one God at the front. and. The invasion fleet mid the enemy code. Now Gi Joe tightened up. Examined as M, three submachine gun Catholic took it apart, but it together thing it is clips Savannah Munition. He kept telling himself that he wasn't afraid. Telstar once said and Warren piece. Every. Soldier is afraid that he will be week at the decisive moment. Telstar was right. G. I O. G. I joe felt that way. Well. They got near the enemy coast. Nervousness increased. Maybe, he lit a cigarette, then tossed into the deck when an office called sharply, but that out. And, then it was h our. It was tumbling over the side into a waiting LCI. Himself because there was a slight swell, and he grin weekly at his pals indistinct in the same dog. They all spelled as he did. was like that high school just before the kick-off. then. The boat started tug Shar. Wasn't much opposition as I went to show. The boat grounded a few feet from the beach and Gi Joe out keeping his gun high over his head. Adjusting steel helmet. The German, modern machine gunfire opened up. He! Had the bullets whistling past and he ducked instinctively. And he laughed sheepishly. There are no foxhole meaningless channel. He surged fall within the Cold Water Abrasive. Many hit land. Sappers attached to his company dashed ahead to be sure that we're. No mind. Now suddenly, the nervousness left G. Joe. He looked cooley ahead. And when he saw flash, the automatically lifted as Tommy got an sprayed clip of bullets. Now, his long training tone. He did things the right things instinctively. Avoid booby traps and.
"allied paratroopers" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"The direction of the attack and he's going to get a shot from the tiny. The master race has fallen down again. Another, other allied correspondent hurt on Columbia this morning James Willard also speaking the pools networks Willard, declared that thousands of allied planes, but then at work all night softening up the invasion coast, said Willard already. Several thousand paratroopers are waiting further inland join forces with the landing parties. These airborne troops were flown in last night. Willard also commented on the amazing quietness of the scene along the Strip of or directly behind the invasion beaches. He declared that with the exception of a German tank, moving up the road toward the beachhead or hiding in hedges. He could see no sign of enemy resistance. As to those allied paratroopers now disrupting German defences behind the front line correspondent, right Brian. Who accompanied them on? Their flight says they met only scattered small arms fire from the fields Brian has been living with a unit of car troopers. For some time. He reports that yesterday afternoon Gen Eisenhower. Passing quietly among the men and chatting with him Brian says the men were trained to the utmost and fully ready for action, and here is his description of what happened in his plane as it flew over France. The. Senior officer on board moved quietly up and down the passenger compartment, speaking to each man and asking if he had everything you needed. As the men settled back into their seats, Colonel Co said there's a doc who's going to give you some pills to guard against air sickness. Make yourselves comfortable as you can, and you better try to sleep a little and then quiet settled over the plane. These men had. Had done. They're talking now. They were grim and silent. Later on correspondent, Brian said I walked down the long passenger cabin to see how the paratroopers were writing more than half of them had taken their colonels advice, and we're dosing with their heads back against the wall, and their feet stretched out in front of them. The others were sitting silently except for two or three who talked among themselves in whispers. And broadcast an hour to go from somewhere on the English coast in it. Another reporter for the Radio Pool Stanley Richardson gave an eyewitness account of a naval action that prepared the way for the landings as far as the naval phase of our activity was concerned, he said not a shot was exchanged with the enemy while I was on the scene for that preliminary. Preliminary phase of the show. At least it was all too incredibly easy. We left our patrol torpedo boat in to accompany the slow, moving light advanced God of ships, which had to pave the way for the actual landings, one of our missions was to protect the allied minesweepers cleared a wide channels straight to the enemy shore for our troops, transports and supply ships. Long lines of ships of every description where discernible on the skyline, literally miles of craft, Ev even columns converging on the area and the channel marked for the concentration points for the actual invasion, huge transports, tank, landing ships, small troop, landing, craft, tankers, and supply vessels of every kind plotted doggedly along under lowering skies in laboring heavy seas. You people at home would have been thrilled with the bone, the cialis American men American ships in American supplies, sailing calmly into the action, for which they had been prepared and trained for so many months. By nightfall we were nearing the French coast, and the watch tightened, but nothing happened even when a full pale moon appearing fitfully from behind the clouds, gave opposition away clearly to any enemy who made been laying in wait for us, and then the fast and heavy combat ships moved up into position all align themselves in the bombardment area too loose, a hail of high explosives to protect the troops moving to the beaches on their landing craft. The worship started laying there smokescreen preparatory to shooting their guns. It was then only and only a few minutes of HR of the long awaited day. And here's a picture on this side of the ocean. The Associated Press put up on the wires at twelve thirty seven am this morning eastern time saying the Germans had announced invasion landings on the French coast and simply the CBS News Room in New York Sprang into action mobilize the full invasion staff, according to plan CBS news analysts Netcom, put the bullet on the air at about twelve, forty, eight, underlining the fact that it was an unconfirmed enemy statement in both the CBS shortwave, listening post and newsroom are specialists began to monitor foreign broadcasts. At frequent intervals, CBS announcers and CBS. Military analysts major feeling Elliott broadcast the continuing German reports, always emphasizing that it was still an enemy report unconfirmed by allied sources, and then at a little after three hundred this morning we switched to s h e AF in London. Where colonel do we read the first official allied communique. One of the most interesting parts of any great story like this invasion is the way people around the world react to the first news. CBS correspondent Charles. Shaw reported from London earlier this morning that he practically was town crier for the city of London, which was largely unaware in the early morning that the invasion had begun shaw road through the London streets, asking people what they thought of the news and found most of them hadn't heard it, but the answer of one girl when she heard the news from Shaw was typical, she said simply Frank God. Far removed from the thankful and hopeful spirit allied capitals is the only reaction so far noted from the Tokyo radio which broadcast it's. I meant that I mentioned the invasion in a German language piece beamed toward Europe. The Jab broadcast said we have just learned with deep concern of landings by the Allies on the coast. Of France we expect they will be quickly annihilated by the courageous German army that from Tokyo. That's the way the Japanese put it. Up to now there's been no mention of the landings to the Japanese people themselves. According to the United States government monitors monitors the office of war, information. Our correspondent William J. Don reported from Australia that invasion reports have the light of way on Australian radio than in the Australian headline, but he added that there is not much external excitement here in our own country reaction from coast to coast was similar. People kept on working overnight shifts and shipyards and other factories, and went to work as usual this morning, but everyone. Everyone seems to be more serious and many stopped in their tasks long enough to offer prayers for the success of the allied effort, perhaps most dramatic of all. It was the ringing of the Liberty Bell and Philadelphia's Independence Hall. The ancient bell was struck six times as Philadelphia's Mayor Bernard. Samuel read the famous inscription proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof. German propagandists asserted today that, despite the invasion of western Europe live, continued normal in Berlin with no excitement, no editions, no special radio segments, but part of these assertions obviously were rather faults from the time of the first landings, a constant stream of broadcasts came from the German transmitters, many of them, carrying more than indication that Hitler's defenses along the western coast had been caught napping. The German press chief was quoted by DNB, saying the allies open the invasion on the order of Moscow. DNB correspondent set of the German people is longing for revenge because of the allied bombings of their cities. The German news agency Transocean content an early broadcasts that it was not certain of allied intentions, but at one PM at said this much has become clear by midday. These allied landings mean this is the great invasion and no fooling. That's the story from Germany. Ladies and Gentlemen Columbia. Will Continue Its invasion coverage, and approximately thirty seconds from now we're pausing. Those timeless is Douglass Edwards, speaking and CBS the Columbia Broadcasting System. Columbia's news headquarters in New York mob trump, speaking a game, and if you moments,.
"allied paratroopers" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Only smarter. This is advocates progressive talk. AM thirteen fifty. Casts. You're hearing one of over twenty five thousand podcasts available to you right now. Offer free by downloading the iheartradio app. This is the I heart podcast channel. Look to bring stuff production of I Harvey. Hey rain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here shortly after midnight in the early hours of June sixth, nineteen forty four nearly twenty thousand allied paratroopers dropped behind enemy lines. The first soldiers on the ground on day conditions were terrible that cloud cover, and fog made it nearly impossible to spot their landing targets. And the night sky was pierced with moxy heavy anti aircraft rounds and sniper fire for those paratroopers, who made it to the ground, many were separated from their units, unsure of their locations, alone, enemy-held territory. They had to find their comrades in the fog, bunket dark without tipping off the enemy good thing. They had their clippers hours earlier when boarding the transport aircraft back in England. Members of the United States, one hundred first airborne division were each handed a small metal box that would serve as a low tech emergency communication device by pushing down on a lot of the box with the thumb and releasing it made a sharp clicking sound their instructions were simple. If you're on the ground you're someone approaching click one two clicks. Reply means a friend. No click could mean trouble twenty four hours after landing. The paratroopers were told to ditch or hide their clippers allied commanders were worried that the devices would fall into Nazi hands and be used trick allied soldiers into thinking that an approaching fo was friendly, the clippers only an action for twenty four hours, but who knows how many lives were saved by the simple, ingenuity, inspired by.
"allied paratroopers" Discussed on KOMO
"From Bellevue, Seattle, it's thirty minute drive on westbound I ninety it'll take you just half that amount of time. If each is west five twenty instead are next. Komo traffic at eight forty four. Look at the weather, here's meteorologist Abby, Coney keep the jacket and the Wranghult with you, as we go throughout this Thursday, highs expected to be noticeably. Cooler compared to what we've seen recently and enough on either side of sixty degrees later this afternoon. We will have mostly cloudy skies. Keeping in the possibility for isolated showers, and even some afternoon thunderstorms where there could be some downpours, gusty winds, and even some small hail, the best likelihood for this happening over Snohomish county where convergence own could be developing overnight tempts down to the upper forties in the low fifties, I'm meteorologist Abby Cohen. The KOMO weather center. Partly sunny in the Arlington area right now in Forty-five, Olympia, forty-seven here in downtown Seattle, mostly cloudy and fifty one. Komo news time, eight thirty six. Good progress is being reported on that big wildfire in central Washington. The one in grant county, Ben Shearer with the incident command. And see says the blaze south of Royal city is now fifty percent contained after burning up nearly nineteen thousand acres of dry grass and sagebrush and a few outbuildings some level, three evacuation orders are still in place will grant county sheriff's office drop evacuation. Levels down to two or to a one and we opened those roads had been closed to firefighters suffered minor injuries earlier this week, but no homes have been lost on the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day invasion. Some say allied paratroopers.
"allied paratroopers" Discussed on KOMO
"Closed to firefighters suffered minor injuries earlier this week, but no homes have been lost on the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day invasion. Some say allied paratroopers or the real heroes of that fateful day. Well now komo's Corwin Hake reports. Seattle man has gone to France to recreate the heroic jump that landed scores of soldiers in the thick of the battle Terron Lind home served in the army in the nineteen eighties paratrooper with the eighty second airborne division when he learned there would be seventy fifth anniversary recreation of the airborne assault he jumped at the chance. Lucky two hundred that got to make this jump. He wore the same jumpsuit in nineteen forty four paratrooper would have worn and left from World War, Two era, forty-seven military transport on that day. Seventy five years ago. The original mission was to secure the area, a mile inland and take out as much enemy resistance as possible. Jumped in right behind the beaches, and fought their way, essentially back to the beaches, while descending from the air, they took intense fire from the ground. Ninety seven year old bird Chandler of Seattle took part in the brutal beach-landing. He calls the paratroopers the days real heroes. Coming. Infection indeed target. I would say. For Lindholm recreating. The jump was an emotional experience, part of that and shit unfold. The way that I did really wasn't overwhelming. Corwin hake. Komo news. A high school senior, drew cheers and loud applause for his speech yesterday at heritage high school in Vancouver, but he won't get to walk at his graduation ceremony Saturday because of what he said more from komo's Carleen John Charles Chandler was elected to speak at a school assembly yesterday. He had a pre approved script, but he went off that a bit finishing by telling underclassmen feel sorry, they have to go to school there, because administration doesn't care about them. After the speech, he told K two we felt like the assembly and having the microphone was the right place to bring it to light. He's not he has no regrets. Of course, the administration's not too happy. They called the comments inflammatory and inaccurate. They brought him in and offered the option of what they call restorative solutions, or to not walk graduation. He chose not to walk and his dad's supports him disappointed. He's not gonna get to walk a very proud that he is taking a stand now classmates are planning a walkout tomorrow to show. Support for Chandler. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Komo sports update in just a minute. Komo news time, eight thirty nine carpets cleaned, the way I get my cover that's with my friends at Zerorez. Not only do the deal, wonderful job, that great people volved into community owner, Anthony holes interested, the gang they're really class, one people. They are going to take care of your home and make sure that it's cleaned and the best way possible on it's not just carpet hardwood floors granite, countertops, upholstery air ducts and hardwood floors too. So go with the people I go with have for. Several years the other patented powered water system is good for you. Your children your pets, and it is going to get down deep into your carpet with the cleaning of there's the technology that gets all that stuff. That's deep down in the fibers out and that's that's bad for your bacteria left untreated pet issues left untreated that stuff multiplies, especially as warmer weather comes in these odors, you start to notice. Well, Zerorez can get them out. Call and.
"allied paratroopers" Discussed on KOMO
"Slow most of the way from one hundred twenty eighth to ease marginal. And it looks like northbound ninety nine is now starting to build through the tunnel are next KOMO traffic out, seven forty four and our weather forecast clouds this morning. And then we're talking about a mix of showers and possible sunbreaks later in the day. High temperature about sixty two degrees increasing showers overnight tonight and tomorrow looks like. Could be a wet day and a little bit blustery with the potential for some thunderstorms in the afternoon. And if you're caught in the convergence on there may even be some hail, and some intense downpours at times tomorrow's high about sixty bounceback for the weekend, Saturday and Sunday, sunshine sixty five Saturday seventy on something it's forty nine downtown right now. Komo news time seven thirty six. Seattle, man is in France to commemorate the anniversary of d day by jumping out of an airplane, just as thousands of allied paratroopers, did seventy five years ago today. His story from komo's Corwin Hake. Least it was very emotional back in the nineteen eighties. Taryn Lindholm was a member of the army eighty second airborne division today. He's in France, where he volunteered to make one more jump as part of a seventy fifth anniversary, d day recreation we dropped into one of the original drop zones. So it was about as close as you can get to a, an accurate reenactment. We should note, the Terron is part of the KOMO family. He's married to coamo four reporter, Denise Whitaker, and they traveled together to France honor the troops that fought and died over ten thousand allied troops died on that day on d day. And tells me he flew aboard and original see thirty four troop carrier to the drop zone near Omaha beach, his gear, a replica of what a nineteen forty four paratrooper would have worn only the parachute was modern equipment, although still the rounded shape we associated with the era to be part of that and shit unfold. The way that I did in the accuracy of the reenactment was. Really wasn't overwhelming. Two hundred men recreated, the jump a far cry from the thirteen thousand who jumped on that fateful day. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. Governor Jay Inslee is hopes for climate change. Primary debate have been dashed by the Democratic.
"allied paratroopers" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"allied paratroopers" Discussed on KQED Radio
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How Did Clickers Save Lives on D-Day?
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Lauren Vogel bomb here shortly after midnight in the early hours of June sixth, nineteen forty four nearly twenty thousand allied paratroopers dropped behind enemy lines to be the first soldiers on the ground on d day conditions were terrible that cloud, cover, and fog made it nearly impossible to spot their landing targets and the night sky was pierced with Nazi heavy anti aircraft rounds and Steiber fire for those paratroopers, who made it to the ground, many were separated from their units and unsure of their locations alone in enemy-held territory. They had to find their comrades in the fog, blanketed dark without tipping off the enemy good thing. They had their clicker. Hours earlier when boarding the transport aircraft back in England. Members of the United States one hundred and first division were each handed a small metal box that would serve as a low tech emergency communication device by pushing down on the list of the box with the thumb and releasing it made a sharp clicking sound their instructions were simple. If you're on the ground, and here's someone approaching click once two clicks reply means a friend. No, click could be in trouble. Twenty four hours after landing. The paratroopers were told to ditch or hide their clippers allied commanders were worried that the devices would fall into Nazi hands and be used trick allied soldiers into thinking that an approaching fo was friendly, the day clippers were only an action for twenty four hours, but who knows how many lives were saved by the simple, ingenuity. Inspired by the seventy fifth anniversary of the day invasion. This year, the British company that made those original day clicker is on a search and rescue mission of its own of the seven thousand clicker is manufactured by acme whistles during World War, Two less than a dozen have been recovered. Now. The company has launched a worldwide campaign to find the loss. Deta- clicker and learn the stories behind the brave troops, who carried them we spoke with Ben McFarland, the head of sales, and marketing at acme whistles, which still manufactures whistles in the same Birmingham England factory that took a direct hit from Nazi bombers during the war. He says that the few confirmed clippers in circulation are all held by museums and private collectors, acme whistles itself doesn't possess even one of the original clippers, although it sells an exact replica made with the original machine presses just because there have been so few recovered DJ clippers it doesn't mean that there are not more out there. Mcfarland, said it just means that people don't know that they've got them acme was those has been businesses. Eighteen seventy and is responsible for a number of important whistle. Firsts. It's founder Joseph Hudson. Invent? The first police whistle used by the London. Metropolitan police prior to that the Bobby on the beat used a wooden rattle. Hudson. Also invented the very first sports, whistle the original acme thunder before that football referees. That's soccer to Americans in the UK waved, a white handkerchief to get the players. Attention, not quite as effective. But back to the clippers since the clippers were exclusively supplied to the US, one hundred first airborne McFarland, expects that many reside in America either handed down as heirlooms from generation to generation, or in the hands of antiques collectors, who may not know the Geraldo providence of these humble looking boxes, the day, clicker, also known as the acne cricket was originally used by marching band leaders to click out the tempo of piece of music. They're made of brass and are half open rectangular boxes about the size of the top joint of thumb by half open. I mean that one short end in parts of two walls, are busy from the design the remaining short end is labeled with the acme made an England if you think you're in possession of an original day, clicker MacFarlane wants you to. Email him personally at Ben dot McFarland at acme whistles dot CO dot UK. He's already heard from at least one American woman who appears to have the real deal acne was those plans to invite all clicker owners to England take a tour of the factory receiving engraved, commemorative whistle and share the story of the brave paratrooper who carry the clicker into combat on the day. This episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler Clegg, brainstorm is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more in this most of other topics designed to make a very specific ruckus. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com and for more podcasts from iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi there. This is Josh Clark, and I am taking my show, the end of the world. With Josh Clark on the road. Live to Minneapolis in DC this June on June nineteenth, I'll be at the Parkway theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota and on the following night June twentieth. 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