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On Sunday May 31, 2015, host Tony Scimeca welcomes his guest World War II Air Force Veteran Walter A. Sabo to the Hot Water 911 Boiler Room Studio. Tony will talk with Sgt. Sabo about his experience while serving our country during WWII in Africa. We are so honored to welcome Sgt. Walter A. Sabo to the Going Home with Tony show! Be sure to call in with your questions on Sunday May 31st from 4:00-5:00 PM CDT to 619-924-0952 or email your questions to Tony@GoingHomeWithTony.com or post your questions to our Facebook Page!
Mack Charles Williams is a writer, musician, and composer who resides in Rahway, N.J.
His film, Rich From Within (an adaptation of his originally-written musical play), premiered at the Action On Film Festival in Long Beach, CA in July, 2007, where it was one of the nominees for Best Screenplay. His second film, Your Roommate, won the Best Feature Film award at the PhilaFilm festival in 2013, the same year that his next film, For Old Times’ Sake, premiered at the inaugural Churches Making Movies film festival in Clark, N.J. He is the creator, screenwriter and composer for a new TV sitcom entitled Higher Ground, as well as screenwriter for several episodes of the web-based sitcom, Thug Kidz, produced and directed by Kenya Cagle & CaglevisionMultimedia Enterprises.
Mack is the editor of his mother's critically acclaimed memoir, "WWII Diary," as well as the author of the forthcoming children's book, "Jackie Robinson and the Negro Leagues." His blogs have been featured on various sites for years (currently The SEVEN at the7blog.wordpress.com), and became the basis of his first two books: "Voices From The Blue States" and "Sportin' Life: Essays On Sport and Life." Additionally, he has combined his varied interests by producing political radio commercials and PSAs for progressive candidates and causes.
Listen 24/7 anytime after this March 12th 7pm MST broadcast to: Murray Fisher - 93 year young, is a WWII Veteran and CodeBreaker. He was part of a code breaking team during the war, breaking the top secret Katakana at both Iwo Jima and Okinawa. Listen to his daughter Karen Fisher Alaniz. She wrote a book about her Dad. Karen is writing a book about Vietnam Veteran Michael Reagan and the Story of The Fallen Heroes Project. www.fallenheroesproject.org
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Paul Walkers last movie, released after his death ...
tomato buble has an interesting take on wwii and the falicy of it .. with fdr the gold confiscator is it any wonder ?
beware the 'military industrial complex'
Tonight Deanna Spingola returns to the show.
With this show Deanna will walk us through a piece of WWII history that has been erased from the history books. The main stream narrative of the second World War majors exclusively on the Holocaust but never talks about Dwight Eisenhower’s Rhine Meadow Death Camps which claimed the lives of an estimated 1.5 million Germans. The running and condition of these enslavement camps was so deplorable that it is virtually incomprehensible to believe anyone, let alone a US general and later a US president, would have treated people in a way that can only be described as evil.
For many, much of what you will hear in this show will be a surprise and perhaps even shocking. I encourage everyone to listen with an open mind and as you do remember the words of Winston Churchill; “History is written by the victors.”
Deanna's website: http://www.spingola.com/
List of the camps: http://www.spingola.com/eisenhowerPOWcamps.html
Rhine Meadow Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbp61fOVFaE
Author Nedda Thomas has written about the unknown heroes of WWII, the famous Hump Pilots.
Host Kevin Hunter features a special guest, WWII Veteran and speaker, Joe Kovar on The Business Forum Show. Joe's story isn't an easy one to tell, but his testimonial of living through the war and the sacrifices made by the people around him are priceless. Joe is an outstanding American and we are proud to host him on the show.
To see more about Joe, please visit the Trust Vets website http://www.trustvets.com/dir/joe-kovar/
Joe served the United States in World War II under General George Patton, serving in Patton's 3rd Infantry. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in July of 1943, at the age of 18.
As part of D-Day, the Normandy invasion, Joe landed in France on Omaha Beach around July 15th, 1944. Joe fought the Battle of Cherbourg, Battle of the Bulge, forged north into Germany crossing the Rhine River, then into central Austria and Czechoslovakia. His division helped liberate multiple concentration camps; part of a large group of camps and sub-camps in Austria.
Joe enjoys sharing his story with Veterans groups, churches, synagogues, schools and training and civic organizations. His hope is to help generate donations for the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
"I just want the world to know. I want to impress on kids that freedom is not free. And, don't take things for granted because somebody had to pay the price." - Joe
Tricia Goyer, Cara Putman, and Sarah Sundin invite readers to turn back the clock to days gone by as they listen to Bing Crosby sing of sleigh bells in the snow and get to know the Turner family. Three siblings forge their own paths in a love story filled with the wonder of Christmas. Hailing from the heart of America in Lafayette, Indiana, these characters will never be the same as the reality of America’s involvement in World War II hits incredibly close to home.
Tricia Goyer is the best-selling author of more than forty-five books, including fictional tales delighting and entertaining readers, and nonfiction titles offering encouragement and hope. She is a two-time Carol Award winner, as well as a Christy and ECPA Award Nominee. A popular blogger, Tricia contributes to a number of homeschooling and Christian parenting sites. She and her husband, John, live in Little Rock, AR. They are the parents of six.
Cara Putman, the award-winning author of nineteen books, including Shadowed by Grace, graduated high school at sixteen, graduated college at twenty, and completed her law degree at twenty-seven. She is a lecturer on business and employment law to graduate students at Purdue University and also practices law. Cara is currently pursuing her Master’s in Business Administration at Krannert. She lives with her husband and four children in Indiana.
Sarah Sundin is the author of six historical novels, including In Perfect Time (Revell, August 2014). Her novel On Distant Shores was a double finalist for the 2014 Golden Scroll Awards. Sarah lives in northern California with her husband and three children, works on-call as a hospital pharmacist, and teaches Sunday school and women’s Bible studies.
World Footprints returned to New Orleans for our 7th annual French Quarter Festival 2-hour broadcast. This year we set up at Tableau Restaurant, Dickie Brennan's newest culinary gem in Jackson Square.
The first hour of World Footprints showcase New Orleans international outreach, the arts and history. We introduce a hidden gem, The New Orleans Historic Collection. The Historic Collection is a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to the study and preservation of the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South region. New Orleans' homegrown stars, The Boswell Sisters, are featured and the exhibit's curator Mark Cave and the granddaughter of Vet Boswell, Kyla Titus, joins us for a lively discussion.
We also talk about a special event that the world is sharing this year--the 70th anniversary of the landing at Normandy. The National World War II Museum's Alan Raphael joins us to talk about how the museum is commemorating this anniversary and the special role that New Orleans played in WWII.
We promise you'll enjoy this first hour and we invite you back to listen to the 2nd hour broadcast where we talk about the history of Voodoo and spotlight the contributions of Africans in New Orleans.
Jane and her guest discuss the consequential moments of WWII as the Japanese highest military command wrestled with the Emperor on what solution was best for their country. They had the moral dilemma of not wanting to admit defeat vs. accepting the perilous doom that the U.S. was going to try to make it impossible for the Japanese not to surrender. Pride is one thing, death another but the casualty level became clear what decision to make. SouthEast Asia did not think that Japan paid a high enough price even with the two Atom bombs being dropped. Please tune in to this pivolal moment of history. Some of the revelations are based on the examination of the movie, "The Longest Day."
Listen LIVE or Later 24/7 - 94-year-old WWII veteran Leon Cooper is returning to the South Pacific to film a sequel to the award-winning documentaries, “Return to Tarawa: The Leon Cooper Story”, and “Until They Are Home”, by Vanilla Fire Productions. Mr. Cooper has been on a personal mission for a decade to shine a light on the 88,000 MIAs from WWII that have never made it back from the war. Mr Cooper is asking everybody to contact Senators Boxer and Feinstein and Congressman Waxman to ask our Ambassador to the Phillipines to help Leon Cooper when he is in the Phillipines for the first two weeks of June 2014. I am shocked that the Ambassador has not responded. We need to help change that. Remember the words "Never Leave a Man Behind"? That is not the case here and we as Americans need to help change this. Please Listen to this program and then Share this Program with everybody you can.
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Douglas Dietrich is the son of a retired U.S. Navy Sailor. Douglas worked for ten years as a Department of Defense Research Librarian at the Presidio Military Base of San Francisco, where one of his major duties was document destruction. He then experienced the 1991 Kuwaiti campaign, serving in Desert Storm as a United Sates Marine.