Kingston, RI-After wrapping up its 12th film “Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice” narrated by Baseball Hall of Fame broadcaster Tim McCarver, Tim Gray Media and the non-profit WWII Foundation have begun work on “A Final Toast: Doolittle’s Raiders”. The general story of the April 18, 1942 Doolittle Raid has been told in books and movies. […]

Read more

Narrated by Major League Baseball Hall of Fame Broadcaster Tim McCarver Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice On D-Day, June 6, 1944, the green 29th Infantry Division faced some of the most brutal fighting on Omaha Beach. Perhaps the worst area on the beach was Dog Green, directly in front of strong points guarding the Vierville […]

Read more

The elderly white haired man stood in the lobby of the posh Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC unnoticed. All the man did was help save the world. James “Pee Wee” Martin wasn’t taking selfies or uploading pictures to Facebook or Instagram or texting anyone. He wasn’t posting his status or what he was going to […]

Read more

URI grads Tim Gray ’89 (right) and Steve Melnikoff ’51 (left) at Omaha Beach, Normandy in June 2014. Tim Gray Degree: Journalism Career: Founder and chairman, The World War II Foundation Tim Gray picked up a World War II encyclopedia when he was six years old and couldn’t put it down. The battles, the soldiers, […]

Read more

Hal Baumgarten was a 19 year old private on D-Day. Jewish and originally from NYC, Baumgarten was in Company B of the 116th Infantry Regiment of the 29th. He landed in the 2nd wave on Omaha Beach in one of the most heavily defended parts of Omaha, the Dog Green sector below the village of […]

Read more

Narrated by Hollywood icon Dan Aykroyd, this segment is part of our documentary titled World War II: Saving the Reality which tells the story of the incredible artifact collection of Ken Rendell, the owner of the Museum of World War II in Natick, MA. Here we listen to two B-17 pilots talk about their experiences […]

Read more

Media Contact: Elizabeth Rau, 401-874-2116- Tim Gray has written, produced and directed 12 documentary films through his nonprofit, World War II Foundation- KINGSTON, R.I., Oct. 8, 2014 – In a few years, most World War II veterans will be gone. Tim Gray wants to interview them now – before it’s too late. Gray is a […]

Read more

While visiting the Normandy American Cemetery, D-Day veterans from Rhode Island are approached by French students. The French have been taught from a very early age about what these American men did for them, liberating their country on June 6, 1944. These elderly men are heroes to these teenagers and school children.

Read more
Page 17 of 29« First...10...1516171819...Last »