World War II continues to fascinate, and for good reason. That global cataclysm reshaped the world and its effects are still unfolding in parts of the globe. Furthermore, new stories continue to unfold, even as archives are opened in both the United States and Europe. One of these stories comes from Gregory Freeman’s new book, The Forgotten 500 and Mr. Freeman joins us on today’s program.
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