I thought Billies version of ”I’ll Be Seeing You” would be a honorable soundtrack to this post about how many lifes we lost during world war II.
Swedens neutrality can be argued therefor it might not bet that strange that a song named ”My Soldier” or in Swedish ”Min soldat” was the biggest hit in Sweden during those years. Continue reading ”Swedish music and Sweden during WWII”
This song translates to ”Axe, Hoe” and was a famous Polish military and street-level protest song from the war. It became the most popular song of occupied Warsaw, and then, of the entire occupied Poland. Continue reading ”Polish music and uprising during WWII”
For this part of my series on music during World War II I’m mostly staying in Germany, but it’ll include a little bit on Sweden, spies and traitors, Novgorod and a bunch of white and very lovely roses.
Continue reading ”Zarah Leander, Novgorod and White Roses in Germany”