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A Medic's Story: Ed Madden of the 90th Infantry Division
A Medic's Story
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Ed Madden was a medic in the 90th "Texas-Oklahoma" Infantry Division.
Two Guys Talkin' B-24s
Two Guys Talkin' B-24s: Gene Crandall and Floyd Ogilvy
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A mechanic and a B-24 crew member discuss life in the 445th Bomb Group.
The Million Dollar Smile: My Story, by Jason Plant
The Million Dollar Smile: My Story, By Jason Plants
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Born with a cleft lip and palate and many other medical problems, Jason Plants was not expected to see his first birthday. He underwent numerous surgeries, some performed by noted surgeon Dr. William Magee, founder of Operation Smile. Despite his difficulties, Jason always maintained an upbeat attitude. Inspired by his grandfather William Whitley, a World War II veteran, Jason took a keen interest in history. Today he is 26 years old, lives in a group home in Ohio and works for United Disabilities. This is his story.
The Watch That Went to War
The Watch That Went to War
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Ira Weinstein, a survivor of the Kassel Mission, was a Jewish prisoner of war. These are his stories.
Captured in Hatten
Captured in Hatten
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The stories of three veterans of the 42nd "Rainbow" Division who fought in one of the fiercest battles of Operation North Wind.
John Danielewicz, Seaman First Class
John Danielewicz
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John Danielewicz was a loader on a 5-inch gun on the aircraft carrier USS Essex. He helped shoot down four kamikazes.
King Kong Down: A Kassel Mission interview
King Kong Down: Jim Baynham and J.R. Lemons
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Jim Baynham was a pilot, and Ray Lemons a waist gunner on the Kassel Mission of Sept. 27, 1944.
John Cadden: A Kassel Mission Interview
John Cadden: A Kassel Mission Interview
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John Cadden was a radio operator on Stanley Krivik's crew on the Kassel Mission of Sept. 27, 1944.
Ludwik Kowalski grew up under Stalin and tells his story to Aaron Elson
Ludwik Kowalski
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Ludwik Kowalski was born in Poland and grew up in Russia during the Stalinist era. He became a Stalinist even though his father was sent to Siberia when Ludwik was a child and never returned. After emigrating to America, his views changed dramatically. Listen to an excerpt: Ludwik Kowalski
Uphill Both Ways
Uphill Both Ways
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World War II veterans talk about growing up in the Great Depression.