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Religion and War
From the atheist who rose out of his foxhole on the morning after a battle and announced that he prayed last night to the prisoner of war of the Japanese who raised a lily that was used in a clandestine Easter service, World War II veterans talk about the role that religion played in their experiences.
There are no atheists in foxholes. In this two-hour, two CD themed compilation, several veterans tell of turning to a higher power to guide them through difficult times. Listen to a sample:
A Marine on Tinian: Bob Hamant
Company Commander: Arnold Brown, 90th Infantry Division
Love and War
Kill or Be Killed: Vern Schmidt
Encounters With Patton
Uphill Both Ways
Now That's Funny (Humor in Uniform)
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