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This series tells the story of the World War II experience from the veteran point of view. Subjects include the European front, the shame of American internment camps amidst the heroics of the Nisei Soldiers, the experience of concentration camp liberator, and a daughter's memory of a Dad that, to her, embodied the Greatest Generation.
Season II continues the story of World War II experience from the veteran point of view. In this season, we focus on the Pacific Theatre. Stories include a Marine that stormed the beaches in the pacific, the Bataan Death March, one of the first woman marines, and the experience of a Gay Merchant Marine and the founding of the Alexander Hamilton brigade of the American Foreign Legion.
In the midst of World War II's turmoil, the quaint British town of Bury St. Edmonds becomes a focal point where lives intersect and secrets unravel. An 18-year-old woman, finds herself caught in the throes of a great wartime secret – the breaking of the German Enigma ...
A young David Gan joins the WWII effort, eager to serve his country. Feelings of exclusion as a Chinese-American disappear in the Army. After experiencing the loss of so many fallen comrades, David dedicates his life to those who never came home.
Ralph Rush, a Scout in General George S. Patton's World War II Intelligence & Reconnaissance Platoons went from digging up German mines to being the first American to enter the Ohrdruf Concentration Camp; the first concentration camp liberated by the Allies.
When our loved ones pass they live on through our memories, the stories that bring us together, keep us warm when we feel cold and cheer us up in the darkest times. A Collection of My Father tells the story of Vincent Faulls, a soldier, husband and father, thr...