Doolittle’s Raiders: A Final Toast, the latest documentary film from Tim Gray Media and the non-profit World War II Foundation will make its premiere at the Capitol in Washington, DC on May 18th as part of the 2015 GI Film Festival. Film overview: The bottle of 1896 Hennessy Cognac was uncorked in front of hundreds […]

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Twelve WWII Foundation films are now available for purchase and download by a world-wide audience for use on Smart Phones, Tablets and Computers. More documentaries to be added in 2015-2016. Kingston, Rhode Island (PRWEB) March 24, 2015 The non-profit World War II Foundation, one of the world’s leading non-profits in the preservation of the personal […]

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Great national exposure for the WWII Foundation in the special spring issue of America in WWII Magazine. The WWII Foundation partnered with America in WWII to promote the upcoming 2015 Band of Brothers Actors Reunion in Normandy and provided them with many interviews with the actors and veterans of Easy Company. We have a full-page […]

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Conversation with Kara Sundlun “The universal lessons in both the film and the book are about survival, the human spirit, and healing.” By Cindy Mindell In 1993, then-Rhode Island governor Bruce Sundlun received an unusual bit of news: 17-year-old Kara Hewes from Michigan was suing him for paternity and college tuition. Over the next 20 […]

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By WAYNE FORD Friday, February 20, 2015 – A documentary on World War II soldier Damon “Rocky” Gause took another step toward completion recently, when more filming was done in Gause’s hometown of Jefferson. The soldier’s exploits were told in the book “War Journal: The Incredible Journey of Damon ‘Rocky’ Gause,” which is based on […]

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