Tim Gray, Chairman of the non-profit World War II Foundation, appeared on Boone Cutler’s national radio program on Saturday to talk about World War II. Boone Cutler is an author, columnist, music video director and Warfighter Rights leader. He holds the distinguished honor of being the first nationally recognized radio talk show personality who is […]

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By Jessica Trufant The Patriot Ledger- William Keith recalled sailors scrambling to climb a single ladder on the battleship USS West Virginia on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, at the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii. Japanese aerial torpedoes had just blown the vessel apart, and time was running out for the sailors who […]

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(JB) A heartwarming story of friendship between US soldiers and a Luxembourg town has been immortalised in a film and book, released 71 years later. “The American Saint Nick”, a true story, recounts the incredible story of a group of war-weary GI soldiers who, on December 5, 1944, downed weapons to bring some festive cheer […]

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By Alan Rosenberg-Providence Journal- SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. — Actor Tom Selleck and retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal will narrate documentary films next year for the Kingston-based World War II Foundation. The foundation announced Friday that McChrystal, who led the Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq during the Persian Gulf Wars and was top commander of […]

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Kingston, Rhode Island-November 18, 2015-Veteran Hollywood film and television star Tom Selleck, star of CBS’ Blue Bloods and who came to popularity as Magnum, P.I. (1980-1988) has agreed to narrate the 17th documentary film produced by the non-profit World War II Foundation tentatively titled Living in Infamy: Pearl Harbor 75 Years Later Selleck, a veteran himself, served as a […]

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World War II Foundation Chairman Tim Gray was a guest on several Providence, Rhode Island radio stations. Gray was interviewed by WPRO News Director Bill Haberman on the topic of recent WWII Foundation programs and outreach. The two also discussed topics related to World War II and its veterans and survivors. The full half-hour program […]

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JEFFERSON, GA — Jokes about red carpets and paparazzi aside, Ginger Gause of Jefferson knows what she wants to say to the audience before the film about her heroic grandfather starts. “I want to stand up and tell everybody thank you for donating and helping with this project,” she said. “As family, I’m just grateful […]

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In December, a new documentary film in English on Luxembourg will be released, entitled The American St Nick. Early in December of 1944, Corporal Richard W. “Dick” Brookins, became “the American St. Nick,” bringing joy to the war-weary children of Wiltz, Luxembourg. Just two weeks later, Wiltz was bombed, killing many people including children. Wiltz […]

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