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Amazing Grace (Veterans Day)

Written by English clergyman John Newton(1725-1807) as expiation for his involvement with the slave trade. First presented as part of a sermon in 1773, it was published in 1779, then forever after sung to the tune "New Britain" beginning in 1835.

Anchors Aweigh (U.S. Navy) (Veterans Day)

Words by Alfred H. Miles and Royal Lovell, music by Charles Zimmerman, 1906. Originally a football song for Annapolis midshipmen, this is now the official anthem of the U.S. Navy.

Army Air Force Song(The) (U.S. Air Force) (Veterans Day)

Words and music by Robert M. Crawford,1939. The official song of the Air Corps during WWII, now the official anthem of the U.S. Air Force.

Army Caisson Song (U.S. Army) (Veterans Day)

Words & music by Edmund L. Gruber, 1908. The work of an Artillery Corps lieutenant while stationed in the Phillipines, now the official anthem of the U.S. Army.

Battle Hymn Of The Republic (Veterans Day)

Words by Julia Ward Howe set to the tune of "John Brown's Body" sung by Northern troops during the Civil War, 1862. One of the most stirring anthems ever written, a rallying cry for genuine freedom fighters everywhere. A personal favorite of (half-American) Winston Churchill who requested that it be played at his funeral.

God Of Our Fathers (Veterans Day)

Written in 1876 by Daniel C. Roberts, a Civil War vet and Episcopal priest from Vermont, to commemorate the centennial of the Declaration of Independence.