History of WWII Podcast
The History of WWII Podcast is produced and narated by Ray Harris Jr. Ray has a degree in history from James Madison University. I’ve been obsessed with the events and people from WWII since I first learned of them. I’ve been waiting years for someone to do a podcast on WWII and couldn’t wait any longer.
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Episode 445-Interview w/ Louise Endres Moore about her book, Alfred: The Quiet History of a WWII Infantryman
Louise Endres Moore comes on to talk about her dad’s combat journey as she finds out he was more than a barber and translator. He operated a machine...
Episode 444-Army Group Center
Still catching up to where we left off on the Eastern Front, now we turn to Army Group Center. At first, Moscow was not von Bock’s main goal, but...
Episode 443-Two Ep Special! Angus Konstam Interview and The Clash of Titans
Two Episodes! First, Historian Angus Konstam comes on to discuss his newest book, The Convoy: HG-76: Taking the Fight To Hitler's U-Boats and then...
Episode 442-Interview w/ Roger Moorhouse about his book, The Forgers: The Forgotten Story of the Holocaust’s Most Audacious Rescue Operation
Historian Roger Moorhouse comes on to discuss the incredible story of the Polish Ambassador in Switzerland who tried to save trapped Jews in Soviet...
Episode 441-When Barbarossa Beings, the World Will Hold It’s Breath
This is the first in a recap of the Eastern front. Germany’s Army Group North will cut through the Baltic states with relative ease. Still, there...
Episode 440-Can a Warship be Cursed?
Here are three stories to hold you over until I can get back to the Eastern Front. They include the story of the USS William D. Porter, the Massacre...