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  • Tim Gray interviews Auschwitz and Holocaust survivor Israel Arbeiter
    2020 | Germany | USA | Podcast

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  • Tim Gray Talks World War II and Pearl Harbor at the Surface Navy Association Convention
    2020 | Hawaii | Japan | Pearl Harbor | The Pacific | Podcast

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  • Tim Gray Talks World War II on PBS’ “Story in the Public Square”
    2020 | Europe | The Pacific | USA | Podcast

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  • Tour of American Overseas WWII Cemeteries
    2020 | Europe | The Pacific | WWII Foundation Films

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  • U.S. Navy Coxswain Richard Fazzio talks about landing on D-Day on Omaha Beach
    1944 | Europe | France | Podcast

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  • Uncle Jack: Manhattan Project and Beyond
    The Manhattan Project in World War II was an enormous undertaking that required the efforts of many of the world’s most brilliant scientists.
    1939 | USA | WWII Foundation Films

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  • Uncle Jack: Manhattan Project and Beyond Narrated by Tim Gray
    1945 | Japan | The Pacific | USA | Podcast

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  • Vernon Carter Was at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941
    2020 | Pearl Harbor | The Pacific | WWII Foundation Films

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  • Veterans Day Zoom Tribute to D-Day Veteran Richard Fazzio
    Thank you to the 300+ people who turned out for last night's Zoom Video Veterans Day tribute to D-Day veteran Richard Fazzio.
    2020 | Europe | France | USA | WWII Foundation Films
    Thank you to the 300+ people who turned out for last night's Zoom Video Veterans Day tribute to D-Day veteran Richard Fazzio. We had a few minor technical issues (Debbie couldn't find her mute button, lol ). But overall, casualties were low and nobody swore on the live broadcast.
    Veterans Day 2020.
    Richard Fazzio, US Navy Coxswain. 1st wave, 5th boat near the Easy Red sector on Omaha Beach.
    Richard was the pilot of a Higgins boat (LCVP) carrying over 30 soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division into Omaha just after 6:30 AM on June 6, 1944.
    Think about the opening scene of Saving Private Ryan where the Navy Coxswain yells out "Clear the ramp. 30 seconds. God be with you."
     

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  • Voices of World War II, from the Veterans to the Historians
    2020 | Europe | The Pacific | Podcast

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