This week I sit down with Cody Rademacher curator of
The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest
Florida to discuss their current presentation of “Rebuilding:
The Displaced Persons in Post-War Europe” that
explores the tumultuous period across the continent
following World War II. Millions of refugees who were
on the move had their homes destroyed in the fighting,
or had fled their homes in war-torn territories.
This week’s episode Tom Kelly from the Men
of the Century joins us to talk about the importance
of preserving the history of the Units we portray when
participating in WWII reenacting / Living History and
gives great advice on the best avenues for tracking
down largely unpublished information. We also discuss
his hopes for future trends and growth for the future
of Living History and WWII Reenacting.
On This week’s episode Mike Bloski
returns to promote the 75th Anniversary of Tarawa reenactment
coming up in November, We talk about items people “Waste
Money” on when they first get into reenacting
and we discuss the history of Tarawa and lessons learned
from the invasion.
This week we are joined by Luke Schuetzle to discuss
reenacting, how he started his first business and the
release of his new movie Wunderland.
On this week's episode Mike Santana Joins us once again
to the up coming Tarawa Landing Anniversary reenactment
in Alabama, We discus crazy inventions to come out of
WWII, plus much more.
On this week's episode we sit down with
WWII Vet George Avery, George explains live in Chicago
IL at the time, Joining the Army and his duty's during
the War, as well as life after the War.
One this week's episode: Dave joins
us for the first half of the show talking about his
first reenactment, then good friend and living historian
Doyle "Cowboy" Rigdon joins us via the phone
to discuss cattle ranching and reenacting in Florida.
On this week's episode We speak with living historian
Meg Durshimer about her role in VKE, how she got into
living history and about her "Home front"
displays, and a brief history on Hedy Lamarr.
On today's episode I go over common phrases that started
in the 1940's, Living Historian Sam Dittmann joins us
via Facebook Messenger, followed by Published Author,
living historian and friend Art Durshimer.
the Way: Darby's Ranger Noel Dye.
We talk about the New CMP M1 Garand
& 1911 Sales, We look at a advertisement from June
8th 1942, and complete our interview with Fritz Lennenbach.
This week we sit down with Fritz Lennenbach and discuss
what it was like growing up in Germany in the late 30's
and Early 40's
This week as we're out at a event, we
use our access to the Stan and Haney Show archives
and present for your enjoyment some great interviews
with an Pearl Harbor Witness, an expert on the USS
Indianapolis, and an WWI vet. Please enjoy.
This week Sammi The African Gray is our "some-what"
silent Co-Host, we give a brief history on the 24th
Corp, We talk about the first nominee for "Dick
Of the Year", and we sit down and talk with WWII
Vet Martin Elekes.
This week we are joined by History Teacher, Citadel
Alumni, Mike Santana. We discuses how he got into reenacting,
Teaching, The Airborne, and Living History.
I was approached by the PD
of Krock and asked to do a weekly WWII based Podcast.
I agreed to give it a shot so wish me luck.
Episode one: "Merry
Christmas" Don and guest Dave "The Waterman"
break in their new equipment test out the studio and
introduce the show and layout the future plans for the