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  • Actor David McCallum Video Podcast: The Great Escape, Colditz, Man From U.N.C.L.E & NCIS
    2020 | Europe | Germany | Podcast

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  • Actor Jon Seda Video Podcast: Jon Played John Basilone in HBO’s “The Pacific”
    2020 | The Pacific | Podcast

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  • Actor Kyle Chandler & Crew Podcast
    Emmy Award-Winning Actor Kyle Chandler Joins Us (Friday Night Lights, Bloodline, Game Night, Zero Dark Thirty, Argo, Catch 22), along with his wife, Kathryn and Army veteran Jeff Wells, to talk WWII, their new foundation helping veterans, Bill Belichick and of course, Friday Night Lights!
    2020 | USA | WWII Foundation Films
    Emmy Award-Winning Actor Kyle Chandler Joins Us (Friday Night Lights, Bloodline, Game Night, Zero Dark Thirty, Argo, Catch 22), along with his wife, Kathryn and Army veteran Jeff Wells, to talk WWII, their new foundation helping veterans, Bill Belichick and of course, Friday Night Lights!

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  • American St. Nick Film w/ French Subtitles
    It was 1944 in the small Luxembourg town of Wiltz. The war had taken a heavy toll as Wiltz had been a center of resistance and suffered brutal reprisals. People were shot in the town square and men were forced into the German army or sent to concentration camps.
    2020 | Europe | Luxembourg | WWII Foundation Films

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  • An American Paratrooper on D-Day
    1944 | Europe | France | Podcast

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  • Audie Murphy Podcast Featuring Historian and Author Henry Bodden
    Audie Murphy eventually became one of the most decorated U.S. soldiers in World War II. Author and Historian Henry Bodden joins us to talk about Murphy's rollercoaster life.
    2020 | Europe | France | Germany | USA | WWII Foundation Films
    Audie Murphy eventually became one of the most decorated U.S. soldiers in World War II. Though he was only 21 years old at the end of the war, he had killed 240 German soldiers, had been wounded three times, and had earned 33 awards and medals. After the war, he appeared in more than 40 films. He suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder throughout his life. Born in Kingston, Hunt County, Texas, on June 20, 1925, Audie Murphy was raised in a sharecropper's dilapidated house. Murphy's father, Emit, fell short on his parental responsibilities, continuing to father children, 12 in all, despite the fact that he had no plan for how to feed them. Picking up the slack, Murphy helped feed his mother and siblings by hunting rabbits and other small animals around their property. In 1940, Murphy's father deserted the family for good, and his mother passed away a year later. Moved to do something to honor his mother's life, Murphy enlisted in the military 10 days after his 17th birthday. In February 1943, he left for North Africa, where he received extensive training. A few months later, Murphy's division moved to invade Sicily. His actions on the ground impressed his superior officers and they quickly promoted him to corporal. While fighting in the wet mountains of Italy, Murphy contracted malaria. Despite such setbacks, he continually distinguished himself in battle. In August 1944, Murphy's division moved to southern France as part of Operation Dragoon. It was there that his best friend, Lattie Tipton, was lured into the open and killed by a German soldier pretending to surrender. Enraged by this act, Murphy charged and killed the Germans that had just killed his friend. He then commandeered the German machine gun and grenades and attacked several more nearby positions, killing all of the German soldiers there. Murphy was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his actions (Source: Biography)

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  • Author Daniel Allen Butler joins our Podcast to talk about his book “Field Marshal: The Life and Death of Erwin Rommel”
    Author Daniel Allen Butler Joins our Podcast to talk about his book
    2020 | Europe | France | Germany | Italy | WWII Foundation Films
    Author Daniel Allen Butler joins our Podcast to talk about his book "Field Marshal: The Life and Death of Erwin Rommel"

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  • Author Peter Lion Discusses Two of his Incredible WWII Books
    2019 | USA | Podcast

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  • Band of Brothers Actors and Veterans in Rhode Island Q and A
    2020 | Europe | Podcast

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  • Band of Brothers Actors, Veterans and Holocaust Survivor Q&A Panel in Boston, Massachusetts
    2020 | Europe | France | Germany | USA | Podcast

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