The World At War  
   
1  Speech: 'A State of War' 0:44
  Neville Chamberlain  
  Recorded September 3rd 1939  
   
 CARL DAVIS
2  The World At War * 3:56
  Main Theme & German March  
   
  PARR-DAVIS/PARK
3  Wish Me Luck as You Wave Me Goodbye 2:34
 Gracie Fields Voice
  Broadcast & recorded with the British Expeditionary Force 'somewhere' in France, November 1939  
   
  KENNEDY/KENNEDY/CARR
4  (We're Gonna Hang Out) The Washing on the Siegfried Line 2:33
 Arthur Askey Voice
  Orchestra conducted by Ronnie Munro  
  Recorded in London, November 1939  
   
 CHARLES TRENET
5  Boum 2:32
 Charles Trenet Voice
  Recorded in Paris, 1939  
   
 CARL DAVIS
6  France Falls * 10:53
  Suite: The Maginot Line / Paris Demo / Mobilisation / The Ardennes  
  Panic in Paris / Prisoner / Refugees / Hitler in Paris  
   
7  Speech: 'We Shall Go on to the End' 0:31
  Winston Churchill  
  Recorded June 4th, 1940  
   
  MILLS
8  Adolf 2:46
  featuring vocal by Alan Breeze  
  Recorded in London, September 15th 1939  
   
  SCHULTZ/LEAP
9  Lili Marlene 3:14
 Lale Anderson Voice
  Chorus & Orchestra conducted by Bruno Sealer-Winkler  
  Recorded in Berlin, 1939  
   
 CARL DAVIS
10  Red Star * 4:07
   
  V. SOLOVIEV-SEDOI/M. MATOUSOVSKI
11  The Red Army is the Strongest 2:41
 A. Alexandrov
  Recorded in Moscow in the 1940's  
   
12  Speech: El Alamein address to the Troops 0:28
  Field Marshal Montgomery  
  Recorded August 13th, 1942  
   
 IRVING BERLIN
13  This is the Army. Mr Jones 2:19
 Irving Berlin Voice
  Recorded in London, November 22nd 1943  
   
 CARL DAVIS
14  G.I. Blues * 3:05
   
  ADAMSON/MCHUGH
15  Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer 2:44
 Anne Shelton Voice
  Recorded in England, July 1st, 1943  
   
16  Speech: D-Day Announcement 0:21
  General Eisenhower  
  Recorded June 6th, 1944  
   
 CARL DAVIS
17  Arnhem Airlift * 1:03
18  Warsaw Aftermath * 2:34
   
  GAY/BUTLER
19  Run Rabbit Run 2:44
  Recorded in London, September 29th, 1939  
   
 HUBERT GREGG
20  I'm Going to Get Lit Up (When the Lights Go On Up In London) 2:32
  Recorded in London, April 19th 1943  
   
 CARL DAVIS
21  Turkey Shoot * 4:44
   
 NOEL COWARD
22  London Pride 3:24
 Noel Coward Voice
  Orchestra conducted by Carroll Gibbons. Recorded in London, June 1941  
   
  HUGHES/ELTON
23  When They Sound the Last 'All Clear' 3:21
 Vera Lynn Voice
  Recorded in London, November 1941  
   
 CARL DAVIS
24  Blood, Sweat And Tears * 3:46
   
25  Speech: 'Their Finest Hour' 0:23
  Winston Churchill  
   
26  Reckoning * 3:20
  Freed Prisoners / Missing People  
27  The World At War * 1:07
  End Titles Theme  
   
   
  * Original score from the TV series  
  * The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Carl Davis