D-Day 75: The most poignant wartime songs 1 ‘I’ll Be Seeing You’. Published in 1938, ‘I’ll Be Seeing You’ became one of the most popular songs around the time of the Second World War. 2 ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’. ... 3 ‘White Cliffs of Dover’. ... 4 ‘Sentimental Journey’ 5 ‘We’ll Meet Again’. ... 6 ‘A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square’. ...When was the Second World War singed live?
On 10 July 2005, at a national celebration of the 60th anniversary of the ending of the Second World War, the song was sung live to millions in central London, including a number of veterans. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device.How did music help us cope with World War II?
As the world commemorates the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, we remember the music that helped people find comfort amid the horrors of the Second World War. From Vera Lynn to Doris Day, here are some of the most beautiful songs and jazz standards which found widespread popularity in a time of war.Who sang We’ll meet again in WW2?
Performed earlier today by Sheridan Smith at the 75th D-Day commemoration in Portsmouth, ‘We’ll Meet Again’ is one of the most famous songs of the World War Two era. The original recording, voiced by Vera Lynn, resonated with soldiers going to war as well as those praying for them at home.