World War II Foundation Chairman Tim Gray hosts a half-hour television program on RIPBS focusing of American Jews who fought in World War II and a Holocaust survivor from Poland who lived through some of the most horrific moments of the the war, both at Auschwitz and in several Nazi Slave Labor camps.
Tim Gray of the non-profit World War II Foundation appeared recently on the issues show ‘Story in the Public Square’ to talk about the work of the foundation and the contributions that still resonate today of what Gray has labeled “The Toughest Generation.” In addition to television, the program also aired nationally on Sirius/XM’s POTUS […]
WWII Foundation Chairman Tim Gray appeared on the nationally televised news program “White House Chronicle” recently to discuss World War II and the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor in 2016. “White House Chronicle” airs on PBS stations around the country and on Sirius/XM’s the POTUS Channel.
Cast members from the HBO Television series Band of Brothers attend a panel discussion in Bastogne, Belgium in 2016. World War II Foundation Founder Tim Gray arranged and hosted the panel discussion in front of a sellout crowd in the historic city.
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 […]
Chris Heisler parachuted into Normandy in the very early hours of June 6, 1944. Chris, a member of the 507th PIR of the 82nd Airborne, had his first encounter with a German at daybreak and shot and killed his enemy with his Thompson Submachine gun. Soon after, Heisler was taken prisoner. Heisler, like so many of […]