Berliner Lautarchiv British & Commonwealth recordings

Glasgow, Lanarkshire

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    Berliner Lautarchiv British & Commonwealth Recordings

  • Recording locations

    Sennelager, Germany

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    Berliner Phonographische Kommission

  • Recordist

    Doegen, Wilhelm (male, recordist), Brandl, Alois (male, Professor of English)

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    Bryce, William, b.1891 (male, soldier)

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    Speaker's note: Aged 25 from Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Born 14 January 1891 in Glasgow. Lived in Glasgow until the war. Was educated at a public school. Has been in the army since the age of 18. His mother tongue is Scottish, views his learning of English as an 'additional language'. Both parents from Glasgow. Lists no instrument, but answers yes to 'Can you sing/play music?' Religion: protestant. Occupation: soldier. Item note: William reads the Parable of the Prodigal Son (taken from Luke chapter XV, verse 11-32).

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