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In a couple of weeks' time, commemorative events will be held in Russia and Europe to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of 'the Second World War'. Barely 20 years following 'the Great War (to end all wars)', World War II, or the 'Great Patriotic War' as it's known in Russia and the former Soviet Republics, left some 80 million people dead (including civilians who died as a result of war-related disease and famine). The largest number of casualties suffered by any one country was Russia, with some 30 million deaths.
Since then, children in Western countries have been taught that a US and UK-led coalition defeated the Nazis (and Imperial Japan) to save the world from fascism and secure a better world for all. But is this the whole story? Was the sudden emergence of a post-war geopolitical balance-of-power that transformed the USSR from ally to enemy - and the US from 'reluctant participant' to global superpower - merely an accident of fate? As we try to understand the current global chaos, we need to ask; what crucial details and context have been excised from the history books?
Today on Behind the Headlines, we look back at this mass outbreak of insanity to explore its causes, historical comparisons, and consequences. We're live this Sunday, April 19th 2015, from 2-4pm EST / 11am-1pm PST / 7-9pm UTC / 8-10pm CET
Your co-hosts are excited to celebrate their one year anniversary of the Brown-Eyed Perspective and will talk to Ms. Tenesha Duffy, Elementary School Teacher, and one of the educators on the Department of Education's 2016 Delaware Dream Team as she discusses excellence in the field of teaching. We will also hear from Deneen Moore-McDonald to talk about geneology (tracing your roots). As the hosts continue to educate the community we will also talk about the legacy of Tommy Coveleski and the coverage of sports in the Cape region since 1972 from Mr. Dave "Fredman" Frederick, Sociologist and Sports Encyclopedia.
The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull by featuring interviews with the film's cinematographer Michael Chapman, and director William Lustig, the acclaimed filmmaker behind the cult classic Maniac who also happens to be the nephew of boxer Jake LaMotta.
It is hard to believe, although I have beeen on BlogTalkRadio on some form since the Fall of 2009 (all with my long time co-host Steve "The Baxman" Baxley), on my current cycle of shows, tonight is my one year anniversary!!! I am thankful abd I celebrate!!!
Tonight, you will get the same ole unfiltered and uncensored show that is a BTR teadition from me, I invite you to come and join the fun and frivolity. Call in at (347)850-8891. Among our hot topics are:
*Calvin Johnson retires from the Detroit Lions...NOW WHAT?
*Seamous suffers a major injury that will keep him out of Wrestlemania...SO WHAT?
*I think the Carolina Panthers will win the Golden Super Bowl...WHAT WHAT?
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