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Hunting Hitler challenges the the biggest story of World War II - the suicide of Adolf Hitler. Is it possible that Hitler faked his own death and lived out the rest of his life in Argentina? Author Jerome Corsi shares why it is not just plausible, but likely. With no physical evidence, corpse, photos, or even documentation to prove that Hitler committed suicide, there are far more questions than answers.
Do you think you know about World War II? You don't know anything! There is a vast "secret history" to what went on that will shock you!
To discuss this we have on Deanna Spingola.Deanna Spingola has authored two books on quilt designan activity that required methodical analysis and mathematical exactness. She has also engaged in extensive family history research through which she acquired an understanding of public and private records and an appreciation for accurate documentation and history.
An understanding of our past is essential to our comprehension of contemporary events. She Investigates government and corporate corruption as it relates to the faltering liberties of American citizens and the war-targeted population of other countries. She is not afraid to address controversial issues. She has been working on a trilogy since January 2009. She published the first one in April 2011 and the second one in June 2012.
The November 23, 2013, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Captain Jack Woodville London, USA, World War II historian.
Captain Jack Woodville London, USA is “an internationally acclaimed author, WWII historian and trial-attorney in Austin, TX. He is a graduate of the University of Texas Law School, and a former captain in the US Army Quartermaster Corps. Jack’s foundation began when he was elected managing editor of the U.T International Law Journal in 1970. Since then he has authored numerous technical articles and papers on various legal topics, and has spoken at many legal programs both nationally and internationally. In 2003, Jack put aside legal writing to enroll in the prestigious writing school of St. Céré, France where he graduated from among other esteemed writers. Jack has spent much of his life exploring a deep interest in WWII and its effects on the home front—particularly small towns. His love for writing and history united to produce his French Letters series of novels which have been internationally praised for their meticulous historical research and ability to capture the language, attitudes, and moral culture of their setting.” Jack Woodville London is the author of French Letters Book One: Virginia's War and French Letters: Engaged in War.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith - publishers of WayBackWhenMagazine.com, for Big Blend Radio's WAY BACK WHEN history show, with this episode focusing on World War II History.Featured Guests:- Gary Slaughter - Joining us as special guest co-host, Gary Slaughter is the author of the award-winning COTTONWOOD novel series, which is set in the last five seasons of World War II. Gary will discuss POW Camps in America.- Glynn Burrows - Historian and owner of Norfolk Tours in East Anglia, UK; Glynn will discuss American WWII Airfields in England.- Alan Spears - History buff and legislative representative for National Parks Conservation Association, Alan will discuss WWII history represented in the National Park system.- R. Michael Wilson - Old West expert and author of numerous books including 'Legal Executions in Alaska and Hawaii: A Comprehensive Registry', R. Michael Wilson appeared on the History Channel production 'Massacres' as an old west consultant. Bob will discuss execution of American soldiers in the WWII Pacific Theater.
Joining The Halli Casser-Jayne Show Wednesday, May 8, 3 pm ET is bestselling author Robert Edsel; acclaimed historian and author of September Hope, John C. McManus; and author Denise Kiernan. In SAVING ITALY: The Race to Rescue a Nation’s Treasures from the Nazis, Robert Edsel tells an astonishing account of American efforts to save Italy's vast store of priceless monuments and art during World War II. Historian John C. McManus tells a deeply moving story of uncommon courage in September Hope his account of World War II’s most ambitious offensive to defeat Nazi Germany before the end of 1944. In The Girls of Atomic City, The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II, Denise Kiernan rescues a remarkable, forgotten chapter of American history from obscurity.
Kay Hughes “is a World War II enthusiast. Her father and contributor is veteran Harold E. Dwyer, a World War II B-17 combat pilot. Hughes has lived in Geneva, Nebraska, for over thirty years with her husband, Rick. A graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Hughes is a mother of three and a grandmother. Her life revolves around family, their farming operation, friends and community.” Kay Hughes is the author of Searching for Stanley: Unforgotten Hero of World War II.
According to the book description of Searching for Stanley: Unforgotten Hero of World War II, “World War II did not end in 1945-at least not for the Dwyer family of Hastings, Nebraska -Nayeli Urquiza and Dardis McNamee, The Vienna Review For decades, Kay Hughes was unaware of her family's unresolved mystery. After her grandparents, Harold W. and Ellen Dwyer, received a telegram stating that their son-2nd Lt. Stanley Dwyer-had become MIA over Austria on May 10, 1944, they began a relentless search. Left with only unanswered, nagging questions, they endured a lifelong private grief. Years later, one question would rekindle the search which, in turn, led Kay and her father, Harold E. Dwyer, Stanley's brother, on an intriguing journey across two continents and generations. In their quest to understand Stanley's fate, Kay and Harold developed friendships, visited with eyewitnesses, stood on hallowed ground, and observed the dedicated work of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command. In her poignant narrative, Kay details how clues salvaged in the charred rubble of a fi re revealed the essence of Stanley- almost forgotten World War II hero. Searching for Stanley is a timeless, real-life tale that illustrates one family's dedication to finding their beloved Stanley who, like thousands of other American patriots, made the ultimate sacrifice for his country.”
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Listen today October 20th to The Writing Mama Show at 12pm Eastern - 11am Central - 10am Mountain - 9am Pacific for a special show with nationally best-selling author Dean Hughes. Mom's Choice & Award-winning Author Virginia S Grenier will be talking with Dean about his writing sucess, penning is 100th book and so much more.
Dean Hughes has published more than 100 books. He has written fiction as well as non-fiction for all ages: children, young adults and adults. He is best known for Children of the Promise, a series of historical novels about the World War II.
Dean is the Keynote Author at the St. George Book Festival October 24th and 25th. You can learn more at http://stgeorgebookfestival.org
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Pike was said to be a genius, able to read and write in 16 different languages, although I cannot find a record anywhere of what those languages were. In addition, he is widely accused of plagiarism, so take with a pinch of salt. At various stages of his life we was a poet, philosopher, frontiersman, soldier, humanitarian and philanthropist. A 33rd degree Mason, he was one of the founding fathers, and head of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, being the Grand Commander of North American Freemasonry from 1859 and retained that position until his death in 1891. In 1869, he was a top leader in the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
Incidentally Simon Gray, a Freemason, has compiled a stunning amount of information on Freemasonry that I recommend for anyone who wants to learn more about it.Between 1859 and 1871, Pike worked out a military blueprint for three world
Pike was said to be a Satanist, who indulged in the occult, and he apparently possessed a bracelet which he used to summon Lucifer, with whom he had constant communication. He was the Grand Master of a Luciferian group known as the Order of the Palladium (or Sovereign Council of Wisdom), which had been founded in Paris in 1737. Palladism had been brought to Greece from Egypt by Pythagoras in the fifth century, and it was this cult of Satan that was introduced to the inner circle of the Masonic lodges. It was aligned with the Palladium of the Templars. In 1801, Issac Long, a Jew, brought a statue of Baphomet (Satan) to Charleston, South Carolina, where he helped to establish the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Long apparently chose Charleston because it was geographically located on the 33rd parallel of latitude (incidentally, so is Baghdad), and this council is considered to be the Mother Supreme Council of all Masonic Lodges of the World.
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The Super Aging Today radio show airs live Thursday August 28th and is archived on both SuoerAgingNJ.com and www.blogtalkradio.com/superagingtoday.
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Our guest and time line up for the show on August 28th is: (times are all Eastern Time)
10:05-10:30-- M.C. Quince author of “Street of Secrets” Yawn’s Publishing, a novel of children coming of age in a big U.S. city on the brink of World War II, the cultural impact of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and how it reverberates in our society today. She will speak to us from Georgia.
10:30-10:50-- Toby Nadler Founder and President of WomenInBusiness.Org, creator of the famous Couches & Cupcakes Salons bringing together women business leaders of all ages to connect and flourish. She will speak to us from New York.
10:50-11:00-- Joseph Mish author, photo- journalist and naturalist explorer-He will be in the studio.
11:05-11:10-- Joseph continued
11:10-11:20--Diane Bell of Easy Street Realty expert on relocation after retirement, second homes and THE REAL ESTATE IRA. She will speak to us from Nevada
11:20-12:00--Cathy Allen Chairman & CEO of the Santa Fe Group, author and expert on sabbaticals, self reinvention and rebooting your life at any age-she will speak us from Ireland at the home of the creator of River Dance.
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.
For many Americans, the word "Airpower" is defined by the exploits of the Eighth Air Force flying from England to bomb targets in Germany and occupied Europe. But there was much more to American airpower during World War II, then just the efforts of, "The Mighty Eighth." One of the more notable contributions to the Allied victory in Europe came from the U.S. Fiftheenth Air Force, based in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations. Though smaller than the Eighth, the Fifteenth Air Force was more diverse, and in some ways had a more challenging and varietal target set to prosecute. These ranged from radar stations that had to be destroyed prior to the invasion of the French Riviera in the summer of 1944, to the massive petroleum production facilities at Ploesti in Hungary. The Fifteenth Air Force was also the home to the all-Negro 332nd Fighter Group, the famous "Redtails" which had been trained as an "experiment" at Tuskegee, Alabama. And in spite of having been forgotten by most aviation historians, the men of the Fifteenth Air Force created a combat record as substantial as any other of World War II.
To learn more about the Fifteenth Air Force, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is well known aviation historian and Regency History Press author Barrett Tillman, whose new book, FORGOTTEN FIFTEENTH, chronicles the men, missions, and story of this little-known aerial armada. Together they will take listeners through a Mediterranean odyssey, combining World War II's most advanced weapons and aircraft, with a region as old as history itself. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer both questions and opinions, and what should be a most enlightening hour of history for aviation buffs.
Synergy is when the confluence of people, events, and places combine to create extraordinary things and results. And in the history of the U.S. Army, there is no greater example of synergy than the West Point Class of 1915. Known as, "The Class the Stars Fell On," the class of 1915 produced 59 general officers and a President of the United States out of just 164 graduates. Graduating just as America was becoming involved in World War I, the class of 1915 showed its talents and metal early, and also suffered the first of a number of combat casualties. And while most of the class languished through much of the interwar period as field grade staff officers, the coming of World War II made them into the leaders that won the greatest conflict in history. These included general's like Dwight D. Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, James Van Fleet, and Joseph McNarney. And when World War II ended, the class of 1915 became the Army leaders that led America into the Cold War, and Korea. Never before in the history of West Point had such a group of young officers been assembled, and it has not occurred since.
To learn more about the West Point Class of 1915, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) author Michael Haskew, the writer of The Class of 1915. Haskew has researched the entire West Point 1915 graduating class, including those who did not become general officers. This edition of Military Monday will be a fascinating hour looking at one of the greatest collections of Army leadership, at both the beginning of their careers and at their apex in the crucible of World War II. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer their questions/opinions to both gentlemen.
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