By Mark Patinkin Providence Journal Columnist- Tim Gray, who has made 21 documentaries on the war, opens an “education center” with thousands of artifacts he’s collected through the years — and visitors can hold some of that. I asked Tim Gray if any single World War II artifact stands out for him from the thousands […]

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It was the largest single massacre of American soldiers in World War II. On Dec. 17, 1944, following a battle in Malmedy, Belgium, 134 unarmed American soldiers were captured, marched into a snow-covered field, and gunned down. Some of the men survived by playing dead for hours in the freezing cold, and some ran as […]

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Kingston, Rhode Island-Veteran actor Gavin MacLeod (Kelly’s Heroes, McHale’s Navy, The Love Boat, Mary Tyler Moore Show) will narrate the upcoming film PT-120: My War in the Pacific produced by The World War II Foundation and Tim Gray Media. Film Overview: PT 120 is a half-hour documentary from the World War II Foundation focusing on […]

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Kingston, RI/Washington, DC-March 1, 2018-Rob Riggle (The Hangover, 21 Jump Street, The Daily Show) will narrate of 1st to Fight: Guadalcanal 1942, a film focusing on the Americans of the famed 1st Marine Division who took part in the United States’ first major land/air offensive of World War II on the Pacific island of Guadalcanal. […]

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Actor Jon Seda, star of NBC’s Chicago P.D. and HBO’s The Pacific (John Basilone) will lend his voice to Iwo Jima: 75 Years Later, a 75th anniversary documentary which focuses on two United States 5th Marine Division marines (Sammy Bernstein and Pat Femino) and a Medal of Honor recipient on Iwo, Flamethrower Woody Williams, who […]

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The documentary focuses on Field Marshal Erwin Rommel’s role in the protection of the Normandy coast from the Allied invasion on June 6, 1944 and features a rare interview with Rommel’s son, Manfred, who was home with his mother and father in Germany on June 6, 1944 when the phone call came in notifying Field […]

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  “David McCallum is a legend in the film and television business,” said World War II Foundation Founder Tim Gray. “David will bring a Scottish brogue to the film to help us tell the story. David has been in many World War II films, including The Great Escape. We are very excited to have him […]

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Gary Sinise will provide the narration for “Lifeline: Pearl Harbor’s Unknown Hero” (working title) when the one-hour documentary film premieres around Veterans Day of 2018. Sinise, well known for his award-winning movie and television roles, is an avid supporter of America’s military, both past and present. Joe George is probably a name unfamiliar to almost […]

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