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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By TOMMY CUMMINGS Staff Writer- On Monday, North Texans will get a chance to celebrate with a 100-year-old war hero — and see proof that he was a hero. Retired Lt. Col. Richard Cole will turn 100 during the Frontiers of Flight Museum’s special presentation and movie screening of Doolittle’s Raiders: A Final Toast. Cole […]

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It’s early afternoon, and Richard Fazzio is in the den of his Woonsocket three-decker visiting with one of his best friends, Tim Gray ’89. They catch up: How’s your health? Pretty good for an old man. Are you eating? Sort of. Any tomatoes this year? Hope so. The two met years ago when Gray interviewed […]

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The World War II Foundation is proud to announce that Jonathan Sandys, great-grandson of British WWII Prime Minister Winston Churchill, is joining its board of directors. “Jonathan is a very accomplished speaker and author,” said World War II Foundation Chairman Tim Gray. “He is an outstanding addition to our board and truly understands our mission […]

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Providence, RI- Educate. Honor. Inspire. These are the words that the World War II Foundation lives by. This foundation is one of the world’s leading non-profit organizations committed to educating future generations about the personal stories of the WWII generation. Giovanni Feroce, a U.S. Army combat veteran officially joined the World War II Board of […]

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The award-winning non-profit World War II Foundation has begun work on its 15th World War II documentary film, set to premiere in Georgia on November 8 of this year. Following its initial showing, War Journal: The Incredible World War II Escape of Major Damon “Rocky” Gause will be donated to American Public Television as part […]

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This particular video focuses on the foundation’s filming at overseas American war cemeteries from Manila in the Philippines to Europe. Tens of thousands of America soldiers never came home from World War II and these boys and men lie near where they fell in the Pacific and European campaigns.

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Chandler Massey, two-time Daytime Emmy award-winning actor and former star on the soap opera “Days of our Lives” will be narrating the 15th film from the World War II Foundation titled “War Journal: The Incredible WWII Escape of Major Damon “Rocky” Gause.” The one-hour HD documentary film chronicles the story of Georgia native Gause’s incredible escape […]

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Gary Sinise, award-winning actor, kicked off the 2015 GI Film Festival at the Capitol Visitor’s Center in Washington, DC on Monday, May 18th, by introducing the non-profit World War II Foundation’s 13th documentary film titled “Doolittle’s Raiders: A Final Toast.” The documentary is the latest offering from the award-winning WWII Foundation and was the first […]

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Kyle Chandler, the Emmy Award-Winning star of NBC’s Friday Night Lights (Head Football Coach Eric Taylor) will be lending his incredible talents to the 15th documentary film from the World War II Foundation titled “War Journal: The Incredible WWII Escape of Major Damon “Rocky” Gause.” Chandler will lend his talents as the voice of William […]

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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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