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  • 01:00

    War of the Words Relentless Radio #110: The One and Only Blake Grice

    in MMA

    TODAY ON THE SHOW: UFC, H.o.F. and International referee Blake Grice stops by on this 110th episode! We sit down with Grice to discuss Conflict 28, MMA rules and regulations, and why being the Don of the Southeast is pretty dang sweet. Don't miss another instant classic with one of the most energetic, drawing, commanding and sweeping individuals in our MMA community. 


    We promise it won't disappoint.


    MUSIC: NONE


    As always, be sure to check out SSFightStore.com and Sor Sumrit Fight Store on Facebook!

  • 02:57

    HIP HOP TRIVIA SHOW FEAT........ERRRRBODY

    in Blogs

    NOTHING BUT FUN TONIGHT

  • 01:27

    War Heaven

    in Hobbies

    The Dungeon Crawlers Radio Team talks with War Heaven.


    presskit for War Haven: http://www.fringegames.net/press/sheet.php?p=war_haven


    War Heaven's website http://www.warhavengame.com/


    The game's facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WarHavenGame?ref=hl


    Game Companies twitter account: https://twitter.com/fringegames


    War Heavens twitter account: https://twitter.com/war_haven

  • 00:28

    Heather Voight talks about her book, "Passionate Crusaders"

    in History

    Historian Heather Voight talks about her new book, "Passionate Crusaders: How Members of the U.S. War Refugee Board Saved Jews and Altered American Foreign Policy during World War II."


    About Passionate Crusaders:


    Passionate Crusaders tells the gripping story of a few righteous Americans who sought to do what many thought impossible in 1944--save Jews who had not yet been murdered in the Holocaust.


    By January 1944, Treasury Department officials Henry Morgenthau, John Pehle, and Josiah DuBois had already convinced President Franklin Roosevelt to create the War Refugee Board, an agency with the authority to provide rescue and relief for Jews and other groups persecuted by the Nazis.


    Scholars have criticized the Board for its inability to save more Jews and maintained that the agency should have been created sooner. Heather Voight's groundbreaking research proves that despite its shortcomings, the War Refugee Board changed history and forever altered American foreign policy. Its creation ended the cycle of indifference that the government and the American public had shown to victims of the Holocaust. In the words of Henry Morgenthau, from 1944-1945 "crusaders, passionately persuaded of the need for speed and action" risked their reputations and sometimes their lives to save Jews.


    In addition to saving more than 100,000 lives, Board members also made a lasting impact on international law. They pressured the War Crimes Commission to broaden its definition of war crimes by including the murder of civilians by their own countrymen. This new definition of war crimes was applied to genocides committed many decades later in Bosnia and Rwanda, and continues to be used today.


    About Heather Voight: Heather Voight is a successful freelance writer and history blogger. She has a B.A. in History and English.

  • 00:29

    Ninety Six National Historic Site‎Archeology Day: The Kosciuszko Mine in 3D

    in Education

    We've been keeping everyone in suspense over the last year with small teasers when it came to the 1781 Kosciuszko Mine project. Come by ?#‎NinetySixNHS? on Saturday, May 30 for Archeology Day: The Kosciuszko Mine in 3D! We'll have an activity booklet available and youth will be able to participate in a "dig" from 10 am to 1 pm, a slideshow featuring images of the Kosciuszko Mine playing throughout the day in the visitor center, a talk by professors/archeologists from AIST - Alliance For Integrated Spatial Technologies at 1 pm and South Carolina ETV will premier the short documentary on Ninety Six and the mapping of the Kosciuszko Mine at 2 pm. We can't wait to share all of the neat stuff that's come together!

  • 00:43

    Minister Cynthia Marie Williams tell it like it is . Call in and find out !

    in Spirituality

    xx      Minister Cynthia Marie Williams tell it like it is . Call in and find out !  . This will be a live call in show anything goes. Please join us and tell a friend.

  • 01:23

    The 371st Infantry of World War I with Sonya Hodges and Douglas Culbreth

    in History

    Do you know about the African American 371st Infantry of World War I that fought in France?  Did you know that Sonya R. Hodges has dedicated her life to research and honor the men who fought in World War I to honor the memory of these dedicated soldiers?


    Please join Sonya R. Hodges-Grantham and Douglas Culbreth for a discussion of the role played by the African American 371st Infantry Regiment in World War I to honor the memory of these dedicated soldiers.


    The 371st Infantry Regiment, an African American unit of mostly South Carolinians came from small towns like Sandy Springs, Anderson, Edgefield, Ninety-six and Laurens.


    The 371st was permitted to fight, after disembarking from their troop ship at a tiny French village in April of 1918 after learning that they had been transferred to the French army.  The 371st was given French equipment, and had to turn in their prized Springfield rifles for French rifles. The unit was reorganized to fit the French army structure and spent the spring of 1918 training in French tactics, communicated via interpreters. That summer, the regiment was put into the line to relieve exhausted French and allied Italian units.  


    Sonya Renae Hodges- Grantham is a mother, grandmother, genealogist, author, graver, historian, and researcher, with a motto of "Get The Job Done and Get It Done Right". She is the Founder and President of the World War I - 371st Historical Society. She is  also the Founder of Cornbread Jubilee, an annual event that is held in honor of the corn crop, agriculture, and farming and Co-Founder of the Veterans Formation (1993) Columbia, South Carolina.  She is sole Restorer/Curator of Childs Cemetery in South Carolina and has also authored two books.


     

  • 02:02

    2015 NBA Finals Preview (ep. 256)

    in Sports

    Join the generals as we take you on our weekly journey through the world of sports.


    The 2014-2015 NBA Finals are set and we will preview the matchup between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors.  We'll also recap how they got there.


    A scandal is brewing in FIFA and The Mad Scientist of Sports (Nick Ficorelli) will join us for a few minutes to break it all down.


    We'll let you know what happened this week "While You Were on the Grind", who's celebrating birthdays, and MUCH more!


    "This portion of the revolution will not be televised, but EVERYBODY can listen."


    Don't miss it!

  • 01:31

    The Awakening - Ramadi....Again

    in Politics Conservative

    For G_d, For Country, For Freedom


    Ramadi....again.  We had it won.  Obama lost it.  And the blood will flow heavier than ever before.

  • 00:34

    GATE 4 Star Wars Force Collection (Card Trading)

    in Christianity

    Award-winning Artist & Game Master Carl Childs will share proper trading etiquette in the Star Wars Force Collection game.   We will be giving away some SWFC fighters so you can put them in your formation or use them for Legions At War!   Our new listeners are from: France, Australia, Austria, Hungary &  Vietnam.  Welcome to our show everyone!  

  • 00:13

    Vernon Dalhart

    in History

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Dalhart, Vernon Wreck of the Shenandoah


    Stone Mountain Memorial


    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:


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    Dalhart, Vernon wreck of the Shenandoah


    15041D Columbia Records W140929 9/11/25


    STONE MOUNTAIN MEMORIAL


    W140930 9/11/25


    Vernon Dalhart (1883 – 1948) born Marion Try Slaughter, was a popular American singer and songwriter of the early decades of the 20th century. He is a major influence in the field of country music. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970, into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1981 and into the Gennett Records Walk of Fame in 2007


    USS Shenandoah was the first of four United States Navy rigid airship. It was built in 1922–1923 at Lakehurst Naval Air Station, and first flew in September 1923.  And made the first crossing of North America by airship. USS Shenandoah crashed on land (and thus be suitable as a tourist attraction). On September 3, 1925, it was ordered to conduct an ill-advised publicity tour of Midwestern state fairs. Less than 24 hours into its flight "the strongest airship in the world" was caught in a thunderstorm, torn to pieces, and scattered across the rolling hills of Noble County in southeastern Ohio. 


    Stone Mountain Memorial Craving  


    The largest high relief sculpture in the world, the Confederate Memorial Carving, depicts three Confederate heroes of the Civil War, President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson.