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World at War and Innocent Civilians with Russell W. Estlack

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In commemorating the 70th anniversary of D Day, award-winning and Pulitzer nominated author, Russell W. Estlack’s latest book, The Aleut Internments of World War II: Islanders Removed from Their Homes, by Japan and the United States, is the first ever account of the plight of the Aleut people and the events in war and peace that shaped their lives. 

Russell will also be sharing his personal stories from when he was involved in the US Air Force working with NASA on the Gemini Program, Apollo moon landing and the Space Shuttle Program. In his assignment by the CIA and US Air Force he gathered intelligence on Soviet submarines and underwater nuclear testing during the Cold War.

Join Russell W. Estlack and me on Tuesday, June 10, 10-11 A.M. CT US as we discuss the personal accounts and experiences of a native people who suffered and died in camps while posing no threat to national security in time of war.