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NPR American Chronicles: The Military History Collection Audiobook

NPR American Chronicles: The Military History Collection

Author: National Public Radio Inc. Narrator: Audie Cornish, Neal Conan, Rachel Martin Release Date: September 2016

Includes four complete, critically acclaimed and award-winning audio documentaries:   •    The Civil War - NPR captures the battlefield action, the personal struggles, and the moral dilemmas of the war that pitted brother against brother (and sometimes sister) and friend against friend. This revealing collection of Civil War stories features gripping history and expert commentary from the likes of Shelby Foote, E.L. Doctorow, James McPherson and many others.  •    World War I - Famously referred to by US president Woodrow Wilson as "the war to end all wars," the first world war eclipsed all previous wars with its scale of destruction. With over twenty-seven nations involved, the battle-field horrors and political outcomes of the first truly global military conflict had repercussions that are still felt today. NPR presents a vivid portrait of what most experts consider the first modern war, including profiles of America's flying ace Eddie Rickenbacker, unlikely savior of war-torn Belgium Herbert Hoover, and the last surviving doughboy Frank Buckles. •    World War II - NPR reveals remarkable stories of valor, bravery, and survival from the deadliest conflict in history with this vast panorama of interviews, memories, and first person accounts from fronts in Europe, the Pacific, and at home. Harrowing, heartbreaking and deeply personal, this collection offers an intimate, engaging way to learn more about the war that changed the world.  •    The Vietnam War - NPR reported firsthand on the Vietnam War, and for the very first time presents exclusive stories on the origins of the conflict to its major battles; from the fall of Saigon to the repercussions of the war still felt today.  Featuring perspectives of ordinary people affected by the conflict as well as high-ranking policy makers and military members who were there. 

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NPR American Chronicles: World War I Audiobook

NPR American Chronicles: World War I

Author: NPR Narrator: Rachel Martin, Rachel Rain Martin Release Date: April 2014

Famously referred to by US president Woodrow Wilson as “the war to end all wars,” the first world war eclipsed all previous wars with its scale of destruction. With over twenty-seven nations involved, the battle-field horrors and political outcomes of the first truly global military conflict had repercussions that are still felt today. NPR presents a vivid portrait of what most experts consider the first modern war, including profiles of America’s flying ace Eddie Rickenbacker, unlikely savior of war-torn Belgium Herbert Hoover, and the last surviving doughboy Frank Buckles. Contents: Introduction by Rachel Martin Washington’s World War I Memorial Stumbling Into World War I, Like Sleepwalkers 1913 Leads a Tour of the World a Century Ago A Race Against Time to Find WWI’s Last Doughboys The Human Toll of the War To End All Wars National World War I Museum Frank Buckles: Last U.S. Veteran of World War I Belgian Exhibit Honors Hoover’s WWI Effort Christmas Truce Battle of the River Aisne WWI Poetry: The Words of War Ground War: Winston Rochet Last Post: Final Thoughts from Britain’s WWI Vets Diary Provides Black Soldier’s View of WWI Battle of the Somme France Pays Tribute to Early U.S. Fighter Pilots Thomas Sopwith, Plane Designer “Fast Eddie” Rickenbacker Robert K. Massie’s Castles of Steel Veterans Day Journey Ends Near WWI Trenches New Clues in Lusitania’s Sinking Germany’s Last WWI Debt Artists’ Masks Hid Wounds of WWI Soldiers WWI Munitions Still Live Beneath Western Front 11th Month, 11th Day, 11th Hour The Middle East and the West: WWI and Beyond The Bonus Army: How a Protest Led to the GI Bill The Savage Peace of 1919, Relevant Today Pete Seeger on His Uncle, Alan Seeger

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