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V-Disc ("V" for Victory) was a record label that was formed in 1943 to provide records for U.S. military personnel. The label was a morale-boosting initiative involving the production of recordings during World War II by arrangement between the U.S. government and record companies. Many popular singers, big bands, and orchestras recorded V-discs. The name referred to both the label and the discs, which were 12-inch vinyl 78s produced from October 1943 to May 1949...

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616B
(VP-1680 D5-TC-1508-1C)
#1 
Russian, AmericanInstrumental
Waltz of the Flowers ( ), foxtrot (Ballet The Nutcracker) (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
The Three Suns (Les Paul Trio Artie Dunn, Al Nevins, Morty Nevins)01-03-1945V-Disc616
7142
(T525-4)
616A
(VP-1737-D5-TC-1566-1B)
#2 
Russian, AmericanSwing Trio
Black Eyes ( ), gypsy romance (Florian Hermann)
Les Paul Trio14-12-1944V-Disc, Decca (US)616
23553 B
(L 3704)
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