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    An Aristocratic Spy in World War II France

    Paul Kix talked about his book, The Saboteur: The Aristocrat Who Became France’s Most Daring Anti-Nazi Commando. He detailed the World War II exploits of Robert de La Rochefoucauld. This…

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    Saving Private Ryan and Historical Accuracy

    In 1998, the Academy Award-winning World War II film Saving Private Ryan was released in theaters. The movie portrays the 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy, France and a mission to find a soldier…

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    Saving Private Ryan and National World War II Museum

    In 1998, the Academy Award-winning World War II film Saving Private Ryan was released in theaters. The movie portrayed the 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy and the mission to find a soldier behind enemy…

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    Asperger's Children

    Historian Edith Sheffer recounted how Austrian doctor Hans Asperger, whose work led to a better understanding of autism, was complicit in the deaths of children by the Third Reich.

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    Saving Private Ryan Military Adviser

    In 1998, the Academy Award-winning World War II film Saving Private Ryan was released in theaters. The movie portrays the 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy, France and a mission to find a soldier…

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    D-Day Films

    In 1998, the Academy Award-winning World War II film Saving Private Ryan was released in theaters. The movie portrayed the 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy and the mission to find a soldier behind…

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    Lessons Learned from the Battle of Kasserine Pass

    A panel of historians took audience questions and discussed lessons learned by the American military as a result of their defeat at the Battle of Kasserine Pass in 1943. This panel was the…

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    U.S. Army Air Forces in Africa and Italy, 1942-43

    Military historian Christopher Rein talked about his book, The North African Air Campaign: U.S. Army Air Forces from El Alamein to Salerno. Mr. Rein described how the fledgling U.S. Army…

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    World War II Battalion Commanders in the Mediterranean Theater

    Steven Barry discussed the role of battalion commanders during the World War II North Africa campaign. He is the author of Battalion Commanders at War: U.S. Army Tactical Leadership in the…

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    World War II Battle of Kasserine Pass

    Military historian Robert Citino talked about the events leading up to and during the 1943 Battle of Kasserine Pass in Tunisia. It was the first time the U.S. Army fought against German and…

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