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Guest: Barry Jacobsen, military historian and blogger, joins us for a discussion of D-Day 1944. We will celebrate the 70th anniversary in a few days.
Also, we will hear from Barry, a US Army veteran, about the Sgt Bergdahl controversy and release of 5 high rank terrorists from GITMO.
And this is the 72nd anniversary of The Battle of Midway.
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Good evening ladies and gentlemen. We at the Coffee Club would be remiss if we did not set aside a special show to honor the greatest invasion in the history of man...D-Day!!! As you are aware, Friday was the 70th anniversary of D-Day..On every Friday, we generally broadcast our religious show with The Rebellious Rev and The Doc. Thus, our discussion of this momentous invasion will take place tonight. Felix and Dr. Marc would like to hear how you honored the memory of the men and women who served from our "Greatest Generation." You may call us at 646-595-3275, and let's honor their memory with some "American Coffee."
In April of 1944, General Dwight D. Eisenhower's Psychological Warfare Division began transmitting multilingual radio programs from the American Broadcast Station in Europe (ABSIE). Between October 30 and November 20 of that year, Major Glenn Miller and the American Band of the Allied Expeditionary Forces occupied what are now known as the Abbey Road Studios in Westminster at the heart of London's West End, and recorded enough material for six complete programs specifically aimed at German-speaking audiences. This is the Glenn Miller Orchestra at their very finest, recorded under optimum conditions (the sound quality is superb) and performing a perfectly balanced blend of swinging dance tunes and lush mood music, sometimes sweetened by a string section. What makes this portion of the Miller legacy so unique is the German announcer Ilse Weinberger, Miller's own diligent attempts to convey greetings (and propaganda) in German, and vocals by Irene Manning and crooner Johnny Desmond, smoothly enunciated in German as well.
On March 24, 1944, George was arrested and charged with the murder of two young white girls, Betty June Binnicker and Mary Emma Thames, who were found beaten to death in a ditch in rural Clarendon County, S.C.
One month later he was tried and found guilty. He was executed on June 16, 1944 — the youngest person to be put to death in the 20th century. He was so small that the guards struggled to strap this young boy to the electric chair, and the jolt of electricity knocked the mask from his face.
This is a very special Big Band Broadcast Christmas Special that was originally broadcast on approx 12-23-2000 13 years ago. It is all based on Christmas early 1940's with an emphasis on live broadcasts from Christmas 1944. It runs three hours.. A very special program indeed. One for the ages, don't miss it. Thanks, and all of the very best for this holiday season from all of here at WYYR.com.
Kyle speaks to author Thomas Goodrich about the hidden history of World War II. Topics include: the Allied air massacre, mass rape, death camps, ethnic cleansing, torture, and more. Kyle and Thomas will also discuss the upcoming Hellstorm documentary they are working on.
Listeners can buy the paperback of Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947 for $25 on Amazon, listeners in the US can send $20 to firstname.lastname@example.org via PayPal to get a signed book, and listeners in Europe, Canada, or elsewhere need to contact Thomas at email@example.com for postage rates.
FLEET WEEK SPECIAL BROADCAST
POLITICAL ANIMALS--POLITICAL LEADERS WHO SERVED IN THEIR COUNTRY'S NAVIES
Teddy Roosevelt Assistant SECNAV 1897-98
Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty 1913--First Lord of the Admiralty under the Chamberlin government prior to WW 2
Franklin D. Roosevelt undersecnav 1913-1920
Admiral Miklos Horthy Austro-Hungarian combined Navy --1920-1944
Grand Admiral Karl Doenitz--May 1-1945-May 7th 1945
American presidents who served in the US Navy
JFK-Richard Nixon-Gerald Ford-LBJ---WW2
James Earl Carter-
***How ethnics were treated in the US Navy
Oct 12th --Births-Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)
The Year at the Oscars series returns! Tonight, we pick up where we left off, and journey back to 1944. With the U.S. now deeply embroiled in World War II, moviegoers were certainly seeking an escape, and does that explain why the feel good musical Going My Way ending up winning Best Picture? We'll discuss the other films that came out and were memorable from 1944, as well as revisiting the news and music of that year, and conclude with a detailed discussion of Going My Way and whether it deserved the Best Picture prize of 1944.
A Conversation with Author/Historian(s) Taylor McClain & Thomas Goodrich
We discuss the collapse of National Socialist Germany
Tom Goodrich’s new E-Book, Hellstorm, “The Death of Nazi Germany 1944-47”
1945 as the beginning of the end of Western Christian Civilization
The odd allied bedfellows of Western Jewish Capitalism & Eastern Jewish Communism United vs. National Socialist Germany.
Allied War Crimes vs. alleged German War Crimes
Allied Occupation vs. German Occupation
The importance of sources in historical writin
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I am very grateful to have the honor of fulfilling my father's prophesy in 1944 at the Swiss border when the Nazis were chasing us. I was 4 years old and when he threw me over the barbed wire fence he said, "Save my daughter and she will serve you forever." It has been a painful, tiring yet inspirational journey in reaching my goal to have a deeper understanding of myself, my purpose in life, in relationship to the world around me. One thing I always hung on to were my father's words of serving, so I "hung out" with God, asked for guidance, tried to have patience and faith which gave me hope and wisdon to understand that everything is in divine time. You are my voice of hope on earth to ensure that no human being goes to bed hungry, has a warm bed to sleep in, medicine, education, a fruitful and meaningful life, and a way to peace - in a peaceful way. Together, and with God's blessings...everything is possible.
Cantor Estherleon Schwartz
Guest: Bill Katz of Urgent Agenda. We will be joined today by Bob Jagers, D-Day veteran who lives in Dallas. Bob attended the D-Day ceremony in France.
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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
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