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1950–1953 war between North and South Korea

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Phantoms & Monsters Radio
PHANTOMS & MONSTERS FORTEAN RESEARCH TEAM UPDATE - Investigations/Discussion - Lon Strickler (Host)

Phantoms & Monsters Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 85:01


In this episode of Phantoms & Monsters Radio, we welcome Phantoms & Monsters Fortean Research investigators & researchers Carter Buschardt, Thomas Carroll, & Chad Redding for a team update discussion. Please like, subscribe, and comment. Carter Buschardt has been an investigator with BFRO for the last 13 years. Originally from Texas and currently lives in Missouri. He has had nearly 100 reports published to the BFRO website and has interviewed over 400 witnesses and counting. He is an experienced outdoorsman and trained as an investigator for MUFON. He studied herpetology in college. Longtime special interest in Sasquatch long-term habituation sites, burial research, infrasound, language, and stick structures. He is a true, boots-on-the-ground researcher/investigator and not a desktop warrior. He has met and visited the properties of nearly half of the witnesses whose reports have been published. He monitors and visits several properties with ongoing habituation activity to this day. Author of 5 books, Sasquatch: Evidence of an Enigma I, II & III with 2nd editions of first two books. Carter is an active member of the Phantoms & Monsters Fortean Research team. His website can be found at www.relichominid.com ----- Thomas Carroll is a resident of Somerset County, Pennsylvania, and an avid outdoorsman & hunter. He joined Phantoms & Monsters Fortean Research about a year ago and has already been involved with several investigations in western Pennsylvania. Thomas also hosts the Forgotten Faces Podcast which focuses on the Korean War. ----- Chad M. Redding grew up in the Pigeon Hills region of western York County, Pennsylvania. A lifetime of roaming the woods, hills, and hollows led Chad to develop his passions and skills as a woodsman. Very much an avid lover of old traditional ways and old things. His love of the forests and mountains know no bounds. For he has camped, rambled, gathered, canoed, and fished. In all 4 seasons. As a lover of local history and folklore, wanderer of forgotten places, and life-long experiencer of the strange. Chad also contributes to and works with Timothy Renner of Strange Familiars Podcast. Chad is also an active member of the Phantoms and Monsters Fortean Research team. Chad became the proprietor of Ruck Rabbit Outdoors a company that supplies old-style crafted, curated, refurbished, and surplus gear to the woods folk community. Please join us in the chat, so that you may ask questions. Don't miss this opportunity. Do you have a report or encounter that you would like read on 'Personal Reports' & featured on the Phantoms & Monsters blog? Contact me at lonstrickler@phantomsandmonsters.com Would you like to help us out? https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lonstrickl0 Phantoms & Monsters Homepage & Blog - https://www.phantomsandmonsters.com Phantoms & Monsters Fortean Research Team - https://www.cryptidhunters.org Books by Lon Strickler - https://www.amazon.com/~/e/B009JURSD4 Find Phantoms & Monsters Radio on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTdvtKQ4r/?k=1 Credits: All content licensed and/or used with permission. #paranormal #bigfoot #aliens #supernatural #cryptids #mothman #dogman #lonstrickler #dogmanencounter #humanoids #flyinghumanoids #wingedhumanoids #ufo #extraterrestrials #chicagomothman #abduction #closeencounters #monsters #unexplained #occult #sasquatch #phantomsandmonsters #personalreports #eyewitness #fortean --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lon-strickler/support

The Digression Podcast
94. Tomb of the Known Soldier

The Digression Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 40:46


We're back! Since this is our first episode of 2023, we pause for a moment to reflect on the last year and give a shout-out to all the folks who make this podcast what it is! Thanks, everyone! We're also excited to have friend-of-the-show, Michael Shanks, co-host this episode! Michael holds the distinction of being The Digression Podcast's very first listener! He's also the Director of Business Development for Genasys Long Range Acoustic Device (a.k.a. Giant Voice...see episode 12 to learn more!)  Lt Michael J. Blassie was a United States Air Force pilot who was shot down and killed during the Vietnam War. His remains were initially listed as "unidentified." They were interred in the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery by President Ronald Regan in 1984 as part of a group of remains representing unidentified servicemen killed in the Vietnam War. The controversy surrounding Michael J. Blassie centers on the identification of his remains. The remains were exhumed in 1998 and identified through DNA testing, revealing that they belonged to Blassie. This caused some controversy because some people believed that the Tomb of the Unknowns should remain just that, unknown and that the remains should not have been identified and removed. Additionally, some concerns identifying Blassie's remains would diminish the sacrifices of other unknown soldiers interred at the tomb. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a monument dedicated to American service members who have died without their remains being identified. It is located in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, United States. The tomb was first established in 1921 to honor unknown soldiers from World War I. Unknown soldiers from World War II and the Korean War were later added, and a separate crypt was established in 1984 to honor unknowns from the Vietnam War. The Tomb is guarded by members of the United States Army's 3rd Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard). The guards are responsible for maintaining a 24-hour vigil at the tomb and performing a formal changing of the guard ceremony every hour on the hour, year-round. The ceremony is open to the public and is a popular attraction at Arlington National Cemetery. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is considered a symbol of sacrifice and honor for all of the United States service members who have died in service to their country. It serves as a reminder of the cost of war and the sacrifices made by those who have served in America's armed forces. Show notes at https://thedigressionpodcast.com/94 Sound Off! With a comment or a question at https://thedigressionpodcast.com/soundoff Like the show? Leave a 5-star rating and review: https://thedigressionpodcast.com/review Help us keep the engine running at https://thedigressionpodcast.com/donate Or just share our podcast with a friend! It's the best way to grow the show!! Notes: World War II vet Cpl Jack Eaton, a former Sentinel, who, at age 100, returned to Arlington to visit the Tomb he guarded from 1938-1940  

Tour Guide Tell All
(MINI) The Controversy of the Korean War Memorial

Tour Guide Tell All

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 22:48


For this week's Minisode, we lost Canden but have Dan to explain the latest controversy swirling around the new addition to the Korean War Memorial on the Mall in Washington, DC. $22 million dollars to make an addition to add all the names of those lost in the war, making it more like the Vietnam Veterans' War Memorial nearby.  What could be wrong with that?  Lots!     Comments or Questions? Or have an idea for future episodes - #pitchtothepod? Email us tourguidetellall@gmail.com Support Tour Guide Tell All: • Want to send a one off donation to support the podcast team? We have a venmo @tourguide-tellall • Check out our STORE for Tour Guide Tell All podcast paraphernalia from tote bags to stickers - https://tour-guide-tell-all.myshopify.com/ • Become a Patron for bonus episodes and early release: https://www.patreon.com/tourguidetellall     Some links you might find helpful:   National Park Service site on the original memorial design  Washington Post article from 1992 on the original controversies surrounding the monument.  New York Times article on the controversy over the new addition. The Barker Brothers' Korean War Project You're Listening To: Dan King Produced and Edited by: Dan King Intro/Outro Music: Well-Seasoned from Audio Hero

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
EAA's The Green Dot — Corsair: Korean War Heroism

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 45:30


This time on The Green Dot, hosts Chris and Tom are joined by Ben Page, EAA Aviation Museum curator, to speak about the museum's new exhibit, Corsair: Korean War Heroism.

Once Shattered: Picking up the Pieces
Healing Body, Mind and Spirit with Jason

Once Shattered: Picking up the Pieces

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 51:23


Jason was born in South Korea in 1970, only 18 years after the end of the Korean War. When Jason was 5 years old, his parents moved their family to the United States. Starting a new life with Jason and his two younger sisters in a foreign country and culture was a struggle for their whole family and Jason's father developed alcoholism.Throughout Jason's childhood, he experienced many of the challenges immigrants face when coming to the U.S., including racism, anger and separation. These experiences were both traumatic and deep seated. Everything was chaotic and unpredictable. During this time, Jason discovered that he could control one thing— his grades. Jason learned quickly that feeling in control and achieving was a way to get recognition and the praise of parents, teachers, and peers alike. He had no control over his environment, as his dad's alcoholism dictated that the family move every 2-4 years. Jason never felt at home anywhere. He developed anxiety and depression at an early age which was undiagnosed until he was twenty-three. Jason developed a dependence on alcohol, endured broken relationships that have been devastating, experienced the painful death of loved ones, and has survived a traumatic automobile accident. He has explored many methods of healing including physical, mental/psychological, and spiritual. He attributes his work in the Twelve Steps of AA, embracing spirituality—especially in Eckhart Tolle's teachings and the teachings of ACIM—A Course in Miracles—to his continuing recovery of body, mind, and spirit. Jason helps others by sharing his journey and by being a supportive friend to others who struggle. He currently lives on the East Coast of the US with his cats Jiji and Muta. Links Jason Recommends:Britney Shawley - ACIM + Spiritual Psychotherapy:  www.miraclesofmind.caSeema Khaneja - ACIM + Spiritual Psychotherapy: https://coachingforinnerpeace.com/coaching-for-inner-peaceOur Hosts:Linda and John(Jack) Mazur founded a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization in 2022 in memory of their daughter, Emilee which provides peer support, social connection, and education for adults with eating disorders and for their family members. For more information or to contact them go to: www.TheEmileeConnection.comLinda and John (Jack) Mazur wrote, Emilee: The Story of a Girl and Her Family Hijacked by Anorexia, to honor their daughter's wish, to raise awareness, evoke compassion, and foster change in how eating disorders are viewed and treated. Paperback: and Kindle:https://www.amazon.com/Emilee-Story-Family-Hijacked-Anorexia/dp/170092012XAudiobook:https://www.amazon.com/Emilee-Story-Family-Hijacked-Anorexia/dp/B08R6LRPDSLinda and Jack can also be reached through the book website: https://emileethestoryofagirl.com or at Linda.john.mazur@gmail.comEllen Bennett is the director of KMB for Answers, a non-profit charity providing educational and financial support for mental health professionals as well as assistance for families in search of resources. For more information about Ellen Bennett and the foundation founded in memory of her daughter Katlyn, go to: www.Kmbforanswers.com

Bo Snerdley's Rush Hour
B-I-N-G-O Let's form some NGOS | 01-18-23

Bo Snerdley's Rush Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 42:25


DC's new Korean War memorial left off 400 American soldiers who paid the ultimate sacrifice and there are nearly 1,000 spelling mistakes. Newly elected Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs can't stand school choice. What decade are we in? And Dr. Naomi Wolf joins James Golden to discuss the harmful effects of the COVID-19 vaccine.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Newt's World
Episode 511: The Immortals – General George Marshall

Newt's World

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 50:57


General George Catlett Marshall graduated from Virginia Military Institute, and served in the Philippines and in World War I.  He was later an aide to General John Pershing and assistant commandant of the Army's infantry school where he taught many future commanders.  As chief of staff of the U.S. Army he directed army operations throughout World War II.  After his retirement in 1945, President Harry Truman sent him to China to mediate the civil war there.  As Secretary of State, Marshall proposed the European aid program known as the Marshall Plan and initiated discussions that led to the formation of NATO.  He resigned because of ill health but was called back by Truman to become Secretary of Defense and to prepare the armed forces for the Korean War. In 1953 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace.  Given everything he accomplished in his life, he truly is an Immortal.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MacArthur Memorial Podcast
MacArthur Q&A - Part I

MacArthur Memorial Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 33:34


In this latest episode, MacArthur Memorial historians Jim Zobel and Amanda Williams answer questions posed by MacArthur Memorial Podcast listeners. Why did he not like President Truman?Was there ever a serious attempt to become POTUS? What world leaders visited him in retirement?What if MacArthur had been the ETO commander during WWII?What did he plan to do in China during the Korean War? Why don't we know more about his early career? And more! Keep your questions coming! There will be future Q&A episodes! Follow us on:Twitter: @MacArthur1880; @AEWilliamsClarkFacebook: @MacArthurMemorialwww.macarthurmemorial.org

Bo Snerdley / James Golden
B-I-N-G-O Let's form some NGOS | 01-18-23

Bo Snerdley / James Golden

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 42:25


DC's new Korean War memorial left off 400 American soldiers who paid the ultimate sacrifice and there are nearly 1,000 spelling mistakes. Newly elected Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs can't stand school choice. What decade are we in? And Dr. Naomi Wolf joins James Golden to discuss the harmful effects of the COVID-19 vaccine.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Learn With Us

Full video interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJWsjEboJ_ICol. Joseph Peterburs was an ‘Ace' pilot of 49 missions and 269 combat hours flying the P-51 during the Second World War. 0:00 Intro1:06 Survival skills in WW2 pilot training3:18 Between WW2 and The Korean War5:35 1951 Fighter pilot in Korea8:14 Korea close air support footage22:33 Black segregation before 194729:45 Being part of the 1954 atomic bomb tests in Nevada40:48 Ejecting from a jet57:30 Time at NORAD1:07:03 Vietnam1:47:09 Post-retirement 1979

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
1/13/23 Bjorn Handeen on Using Local Politics to End the Wars

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 33:49


 Download Episode. Scott talks with Bjorn Handeen, a long-time listener who is now the Idaho Republican Party Region 1 Chairman. The two talk about Handeen's efforts to translate his knowledge of American foreign policy into results by focusing on local politicians. Unlike some of the big names in today's Congress, politicians on the county and state levels are often totally uninformed about international issues, which can make them relatively open-minded if only you're able to get in their ear. Handeen says you'll be surprised how much access you'll get to local legislators if you just start showing up. They talk about when democratic institutions can be an effective tool in the non-interventionist effort. And they also look back and reflect on Scott's early interviews.  Discussed on the show: The Sorrows of Empire by Chalmers Johnson  Nemesis by Chalmers Johnson  Newspapers.com “Korean War at 69: Truman, Treaties, and the Bricker Amendment” (Antiwar.com) Bjorn Handeen is the Idaho Republican Party Region 1 Chairman representing Boundary, Bonner, Kootenai, Shoshone and Benewah Counties. He's also a longtime listener of the Scott Horton Show. Follow him on Twitter @BjornHandeen This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjY

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
1/13/23 Bjorn Handeen on Using Local Politics to End the Wars

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 35:03


Scott talks with Bjorn Handeen, a long-time listener who is now the Idaho Republican Party Region 1 Chairman. The two talk about Handeen's efforts to translate his knowledge of American foreign policy into results by focusing on local politicians. Unlike some of the big names in today's Congress, politicians on the county and state levels are often totally uninformed about international issues, which can make them relatively open-minded if only you're able to get in their ear. Handeen says you'll be surprised how much access you'll get to local legislators if you just start showing up. They talk about when democratic institutions can be an effective tool in the non-interventionist effort. And they also look back and reflect on Scott's early interviews.  Discussed on the show: The Sorrows of Empire by Chalmers Johnson  Nemesis by Chalmers Johnson  Newspapers.com “Korean War at 69: Truman, Treaties, and the Bricker Amendment” (Antiwar.com) Bjorn Handeen is the Idaho Republican Party Region 1 Chairman representing Boundary, Bonner, Kootenai, Shoshone and Benewah Counties. He's also a longtime listener of the Scott Horton Show. Follow him on Twitter @BjornHandeen This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Highlights from Moncrieff
Korean War Memorial is 'full of thousands of errors'

Highlights from Moncrieff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 9:04


After many years of preparation, the new Korean War Memorial in Washington DC was unveiled last summer. But now researchers have discovered countless mistakes in its inscriptions. Sean was joined by Hal Barker, Founder of the Korean War Project, who has been sourcing and cataloguing the names of veterans for decades...

Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood]

James, Jerah and Jonathan review war drama “Devotion” following two U.S. Navy fighter pilots, Jesse Brown and Tom Hudner, during the Korean War. Based on a true story, the pair's heroic effort and their friendship have made them the most celebrated wingmen in the Navy's history. The film is directed by J.D. Dillard, and it stars Jonathan Majors and Christina Jackson.  Produced by Melisa D. Monts Edited by Diane Kang Executive produced by Brett Boham, Joe Cilio, Alex Ramsey Listen to Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood] Ad-Free on Forever Dog Plus: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/plus FOLLOW BLACK MEN CAN'T JUMP [IN HOLLYWOOD]: https://twitter.com/blackmenpodcast https://www.instagram.com/blackmenpodcast BUY BLACK MEN CAN'T JUMP [IN HOLLYWOOD] MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/black-men-can-t-jump-in-hollywood SUPPORT BLACK MEN CAN'T JUMP [IN HOLLYWOOD] ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/BMCJ BLACK MEN CAN'T JUMP [IN HOLLYWOOD] IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/black-men-cant-jump-in-hollywood Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Veterans  Radio
DR. REBECCA GRANT GLOBAL MILITARY ANALYST AND KOREAN WAR EXPERT BARKER ON ME

Veterans Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 57:00


Dr. Rebecca Grant,  Frequent guest on national news programs as well as Veterans Radio, provides fact-based global military analysis. Dr. Grant is a Military Historian/Author/Commentator and President of IRIS Independent Research. She is a regular guest on Fox Business with Charles Payne and several other news channels to inform citizens of the facts related to global military status. Dr. Grant covers the Russia Ukraine conflict and many other areas of interest around the world – including China.  Ted Barker, co-founder of the Korean War Project, regarding the military personnel and actions in the Korean War. Hal and Ted Barker have been administrators of the www.koreanwar.org website since 1995. They began their quest for information in the late 70s when looking for more information about the Silver Star awarded to their father, Major Edward Lee Barker. Their personal quest quickly grew into a deeper interest, perhaps obsession, for all the military knowledge they could gather that related to the Korean War.  

Ambitious Crossover Attempt
Episode 52 - Embrace The Chaos

Ambitious Crossover Attempt

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 68:12


Jen and Noam (and a unplanned but welcome return of Lady Jennifer) meet up to discuss the viral clip of Prince Harry's Penis Incident, the ongoing War On Gas Stoves, that very weird MLK tribute statue recently unveiled in Boston, Justin Roiland's domestic violence charge, and the ethics of content creators having sex with their fans. We will be on our regular Callin schedule this week of Wednesday night at 8:30 Eastern, come join us live! https://www.callin.com/show/all-crossed-out-jVWglWcHxW  Show notes: Prince Harry discusses the time he used a cream on his penis that reminded him of his dead mother: https://twitter.com/domwakeford/status/1613099763020488704  Harry reads brainyquotes.com so he can sound more profound: https://twitter.com/jamesdgreig/status/1612944503555457026  Trumka's comment about gas stoves, which kicked off a new front in the Culture War: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/energy-environment/richard-trumka-jr-regulator-scion-spark-furor-gas-stoves  Stop trying to chop onions too fast, you're not getting paid to do that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oot0NGxQEm4  Israel's law mandating safe rooms in apartment buildings: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkhav_Mugan  I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter, a wonderful short story that nobody read because they were busy being mad that the title: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Sexually_Identify_as_an_Attack_Helicopter  Shoe0nhead deletes her Twitter, allegedly because someone actually paid $50k a month for her “I will shut the fuck up” Patreon tier: https://twitter.com/TheRalphRetort/status/1614019625485848588  Amouranth got $70,000 in cash from an anonymous donor proving we're all doing it wrong: https://kotaku.com/amouranth-cash-gift-stream-twitch-youtube-donor-1849858698  Embrace the inherent creepiness of the newest MLK tribute sculpture: https://www.tmz.com/2023/01/14/mlk-coretta-scott-king-the-embrace-statue-reactions-boston/  Noam's thread on the upcoming WWI memorial: https://twitter.com/neontaster/status/1264963172773093377  The Korean War wall memorial is a mess, because nobody likes thinking about the Korean War: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/09/us/korean-war-memorial-wall-names.html  Justin Roiland's domestic assault case: https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/internet/justin-roiland-rick-morty-allegations-domestic-violence-charges-rcna65403  And his creepy texts to a fan: https://twitter.com/AllieGoertz/status/1614098722673287168  Andrew Callaghan also gets accused of being an inappropriate creeper: https://deadline.com/2023/01/hbo-this-place-rules-host-andrew-callaghan-responds-sexual-misconduct-allegations-1235220686/  Ethan Klein tries hard to thread the needle on sexual relations between creators and fans, fails: https://twitter.com/nicholasdeorio/status/1613923151192244224 

The Hollywood Babylonians
The History of Manchurian Candidates

The Hollywood Babylonians

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 43:08


Join your Happy Hollywood History Host, Mr. Ben Burke, and his brilliant co-host, Mr. Garrett McPherson, as they discuss the history surrounding Manchurian Candidates throughout American history as we prepare to discuss John Frankenheimer's 1962 political thriller "The Manchurian Candidate" from United Artists. If you like what you hear, tune in on Tuesday, January 17th, as we discuss the film "The Manchurian Candidate" (1962) with Entertainment Journalist, Halley Platz. Be sure to rate, review, give us a follow, and subscribe.

Postpartum Production
[Bonus] One Moment in Time: A Special Dedication to Annabelle Kim

Postpartum Production

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 16:52


"What an immense privilege it is to be able to put words on paper."~ Annabelle KimThis episode is a special dedication to a dear writer-mother-friend, Annabelle Kim, who passed away in September of 2021 after a battle with stage 4 cancer.Annabelle, a mother of four, was a mechanical engineer, an inventor, and a novelist. She was the author of Tiger Pelt, published by Leaf Land Press, a small independent publisher. The novel tracks two individuals' intertwined lives through the Japanese occupation of Korea, World War II and the Korean War, and it was based in part on her father's life.Join Kaitlin as she shares a few pieces from Annabelle's writing that speak to what it means to be a woman and a writer and a caregiver who's navigating all of that and doing so with a refreshing and inspiring perspective.Related Resources: Tiger Pelt, Annabelle Kim: https://www.amazon.com/Tiger-Pelt-Annabelle-Kim/dp/0997609001Returning to Writing After a Stage Four Cancer Diagnosis, Annabelle Kim | Lit Hub:https://lithub.com/returning-to-writing-after-a-stage-four-cancer-diagnosis/Imagining the Unimaginable Truth (Q&A with Annabelle Kim) by Sonya Chung | Bloom: https://bloomsite.wordpress.com/2017/12/13/imagining-the-unimaginable-truth-qa-with-annabelle-kim/Please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and give us a rating. This will help us reach more listeners like you who are navigating the joys and pitfalls of artistic and parenting identities.For regular updates:Visit our website: postpartumproduction.comFollow us on Instagram: @postpartumproductionpodcastSubscribe to our podcast newsletter on Substack: https://postpartumproduction.substack.com

Armstrong and Getty
Pencilled-in For Thursday

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 37:46 Very Popular


Hour 3 of A&G features the US Navy officer who's serving a prison sentence in Japan, the Korean War monument errors, something called "Lucky Girl Syndrome" and a new poll on American pride.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSFO Podcast
Pencilled-in For Thursday

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 37:32


Hour 3 of A&G features the US Navy officer who's serving a prison sentence in Japan, the Korean War monument errors, something called "Lucky Girl Syndrome" and a new poll on American pride.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Pencilled-in For Thursday

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 37:32


Hour 3 of A&G features the US Navy officer who's serving a prison sentence in Japan, the Korean War monument errors, something called "Lucky Girl Syndrome" and a new poll on American pride.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Medal of Honor Podcast
Fernando García

Medal of Honor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 3:33


Private First Class Fernando Luis García Ledesma was born in Utuado, Puerto Rico before enlisting in the Marines in 1951. García was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine regiment and eventually deployed to fight in the Korean War. While engaged with forces from China's People's Volunteer Army, García gave his life to protect his fellow Marines, for which he was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.

Us & Them
Finding Your Family

Us & Them

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 54:11


International adoption helped many Americans build families, but a dark side victimized poor people in developing countries. The practice began in the 1950s to help Korean War orphans and more than 70 years later hundreds of thousands of children born in other countries are part of a complex cultural legacy. By the early 2000s, corruption scandals scaled back or shut down programs in some of the most popular countries for adoption - South Korea, Romania, Russia, and Guatemala. On this Us & Them episode, host Trey Kay talks with Laurie Stern and her 24-year-old son about their adoption journey. Their podcast called “Defining Diego” chronicles Diego's growing understanding of his Guatemalan legacy and family.  Changing social and geopolitical attitudes have made for a dramatic drop in the number of international adoptions - from more than 20,000 in 2004 to just about 3,000 in 2019. We'll hear about that shift and how one young man finds his new name and his future, by looking back.

Life In the Carolina's Podcast
Track Talk with Larry Baity

Life In the Carolina's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 40:07


In this episode of The Life in the Carolinas Podcast, Carl is joined by Larry Baity. He met Carl a few years ago through a mutual friend, and they have been working on a project together recently. Larry calls himself a mountain boy because of his upbringing. Today, Larry. Larry's Birth [1:00] Larry says that he is a mountain boy. He was born on the 16th of March 1935 in Wilkes County in a small community called Oak Woods, a short drive away from Wilkesboro. He was told many years later that he was anticipated to be born. The evening he was born was a Saturday, and everyone was waiting for the Grand Ole Opry to come on. Early Life [3:20] He graduated from high school around the time of the Korean War. He chose to join the Air Force and was in it from 1953 through 1957. He did his training in the Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Larry eventually talks about all his experiences during his time with the Air Force. God's Purpose [11:52] Larry almost drowned three times in his whole life. He always felt God had a purpose for him. He is surprised that he is still living today due to his experiences. He says that his upbringing is what made him the man he eventually became now. Curiosity [13:30] Larry shares another experience during the time he was with the Air Force. His curiosity almost led him to get incarcerated, and he had to sign a document that states that he never saw what he saw. He says that one of the greatest inventions of the US Air Force is surveillance. History [19:02] He's always told his children and grandchildren that you often experience history in the making, become a part of history, or making history yourself. He states that he was a witness and that very few people become part of history. He made history for the family. Larry says that one of his many faults was being too curious and pushing the limits. The Answer [20:18] Larry was often told that curiosity is the answer to questions. It might be hazardous to your well being and one of his little faults in life, but it has also revealed a great revelation to him through the years. And through all of that, God gave him longevity. Memory of a Certain Racetrack [21:41] Carl asks Larry about his first memory of the North Wilkesboro Motor Speedway. Larry responds by recalling a memory from 1945. He says that it was a unique experience because he's always loved the old Ford cars. Larry's Family [36:17] Larry talks about his children and grandchildren. His oldest grandson is a major marine aviator. His son is a part of the Air Force as well. His other grandson is a police officer. One of his sons is a nuclear engineer and another one is a lawyer. The youngest is back in Nashville. Life in the Carolina's Website - https://www.lifeinthecarolinas.com/

Past Present
Episode 356: Natalia Petrzela's "Fit Nation"

Past Present

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 47:52


In this episode, Niki, Natalia, and Neil discuss – and celebrate! – Natalia's new book Fit Nation: The Gains and Pains of America's Exercise Obsession. Support Past Present on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pastpresentpodcast Here are some links and references mentioned during this week's show:   Fit Nation is now available for order. You can buy here.     In our regular closing feature, What's Making History: Natalia talked about the new Hulu series, “Fleishman is in Trouble.” Neil commented on Season 3 of the podcast, Blowback, which focuses on the Korean War. Niki recommended the Contingent Magazine, and discussed Sara Mohr's piece, “Penelope Garcia's Criminal Minds.”

The Chinese Sayings Podcast
S7E01 | Lips n' Teeth

The Chinese Sayings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 15:34


Happy New Year everyone!! We begin 2023 with a brand new season of The Chinese Sayings Podcast. For the Season 7 opener, we're going with another one that came straight from The Chronicles of Zuo: Chún Wáng Chǐ Hán 唇亡齿寒. If the lips are gone, the teeth get cold. Those of you familiar with the Korean War might recall Chairman Mao using this one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Chinese Sayings Podcast
S7E01 | Lips n' Teeth

The Chinese Sayings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 15:34


Happy New Year everyone!! We begin 2023 with a brand new season of The Chinese Sayings Podcast. For the Season 7 opener, we're going with another one that came straight from The Chronicles of Zuo: Chún Wáng Chǐ Hán 唇亡齿寒. If the lips are gone, the teeth get cold. Those of you familiar with the Korean War might recall Chairman Mao using this one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

American Exception
Episode 94: Unconventional Warfare in Korea? w/Jeffrey Kaye [TRAILER]

American Exception

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 7:14


  Jeffrey Kaye joins us to discuss a controversial topic—the alleged US use of biological weapons in the Korean War. A retired psychologist turned blogger and forensic historian, Kaye is the author of Cover-up at Guantanamo and a number of Korean War biowarfare articles on medium which we discuss: Secret History: U.S. Air Force, Marine Corps Flyers' Confessions on Use of Biological Weapons in the Korean War REVEALED: The long-suppressed official report on US biowarfare in North Korea Secret Plan Revealed: CIA Told to “Destroy” Those Supporting Communist Germ Warfare “Myth” Special thanks to Dana Chavarria for the sound engineering! Music: "East Side Song" by Mock Orange EDIT: We have replaced the original audio file after repairing the low volume from Aaron's original introduction!   Jeffrey Kaye joins us to discuss a controversial topic—the alleged US use of biological weapons in the Korean War. A retired psychologist turned blogger and forensic historian, Kaye is the author of Cover-up at Guantanamo and a number of Korean War biowarfare articles on medium which we discuss: Secret History: U.S. Air Force, Marine Corps Flyers' Confessions on Use of Biological Weapons in the Korean War REVEALED: The long-suppressed official report on US biowarfare in North Korea Secret Plan Revealed: CIA Told to “Destroy” Those Supporting Communist Germ Warfare “Myth” Special thanks to Dana Chavarria for the sound engineering! Music: "East Side Song" by Mock Orange EDIT: We have replaced the original audio file after repairing the low volume from Aaron's original introduction!

The Red Line
85 - Could the US Conquer North Korea?

The Red Line

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 79:09


North Korea, a nation whose GDP is equivalent to that of the small island of Jamaica, has tested a record amount of missiles this year. With these increasing tests, there is a worry that they will build upon this momentum, and in the future, pose a credible threat to the United States itself. In response to this, several prominent figures have been calling for the US to preempt this event, and carry out an invasion of the DPRK, solving the issue once and for all. But how difficult would an invasion be, is the cost worth it, and will a conflict here pull the rest of the region in with it? We ask our panel of experts On the panel this week: - Bruce Bennett (RAND) - Chad O'Carroll (NKNews) - Michael Green (CSIS) Follow the show on @TheRedLinePod Follow Michael on @MikeHilliardAus For more info please visit - www.theredlinepodcast.com

The John Batchelor Show
3/4: Unfinished Christmas tragedy: 3/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by Patrick K. O'Donnell (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 12:54


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1950 @Batchelorshow 3/4: Unfinished Christmas tragedy: 3/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by  Patrick K. O'Donnell  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Give-Me-Tomorrow-Greatest-Story-ebook/dp/B004BKJB9Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1669241951&sr=1-1 After storming ashore at Inchon and fighting house-to-house in Seoul, George Company, one of America's last units in reserve, found itself on the frozen tundra of the Chosin Reservoir facing elements of an entire division of Chinese troops. They didn't realize it then, but they were soon to become crucial to the battle-modern-day Spartans called upon to hold off ten times their number. Give Me Tomorrow is their unforgettable story of bravery and courage.

The John Batchelor Show
2/4: Unfinished Christmas tragedy: 2/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by Patrick K. O'Donnell (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 7:44


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1950 @Batchelorshow 2/4: Unfinished Christmas tragedy: 2/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by  Patrick K. O'Donnell  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Give-Me-Tomorrow-Greatest-Story-ebook/dp/B004BKJB9Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1669241951&sr=1-1 After storming ashore at Inchon and fighting house-to-house in Seoul, George Company, one of America's last units in reserve, found itself on the frozen tundra of the Chosin Reservoir facing elements of an entire division of Chinese troops. They didn't realize it then, but they were soon to become crucial to the battle-modern-day Spartans called upon to hold off ten times their number. Give Me Tomorrow is their unforgettable story of bravery and courage.

The John Batchelor Show
4/4: Unfinished Christmas tragedy: 4/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by Patrick K. O'Donnell (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 7:44


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. Korea War Memorial @Batchelorshow 4/4: Unfinished Christmas tragedy: 4/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by  Patrick K. O'Donnell  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Give-Me-Tomorrow-Greatest-Story-ebook/dp/B004BKJB9Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1669241951&sr=1-1 After storming ashore at Inchon and fighting house-to-house in Seoul, George Company, one of America's last units in reserve, found itself on the frozen tundra of the Chosin Reservoir facing elements of an entire division of Chinese troops. They didn't realize it then, but they were soon to become crucial to the battle-modern-day Spartans called upon to hold off ten times their number. Give Me Tomorrow is their unforgettable story of bravery and courage.

The John Batchelor Show
1/4: Unfinished Christmas tragedy: 1/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by Patrick K. O'Donnell (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 11:04


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1950 @Batchelorshow 1/4: Unfinished Christmas tragedy: 1/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by  Patrick K. O'Donnell  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Give-Me-Tomorrow-Greatest-Story-ebook/dp/B004BKJB9Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1669241951&sr=1-1 After storming ashore at Inchon and fighting house-to-house in Seoul, George Company, one of America's last units in reserve, found itself on the frozen tundra of the Chosin Reservoir facing elements of an entire division of Chinese troops. They didn't realize it then, but they were soon to become crucial to the battle-modern-day Spartans called upon to hold off ten times their number. Give Me Tomorrow is their unforgettable story of bravery and courage.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Federalist Radio Hour: The Story Of One Minnesota Man's Long And Beautiful American Life

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022


On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Spencer Brown, managing editor at Townhall, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to share the touching story of his grandfather Leonard A. Schreiber, who grew up with his eight siblings on a farm in rural Minnesota, deployed to fight in the Korean War five days after his […]

The Ancient Art of Modern Warfare
E60: The Myth of Limited War

The Ancient Art of Modern Warfare

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 15:34


What if I told you that neither Total War or Limited War reflect reality? Further that the West's concept of limited war only limits the ability of states to achieve the only acceptable goal of any war?   For further reading: Stoker, Donald, Why America Loses Wars: Limited War and US Strategy from the Korean War to the present, ISBN978-1-009-22086-6 Summers, Harry, , On Strategy ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0891415637

The Federalist Radio Hour
The Story Of One Minnesota Man's Long And Beautiful American Life

The Federalist Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 32:12


On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Spencer Brown, managing editor at Townhall, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to share the touching story of his grandfather Leonard A. Schreiber, who grew up with his eight siblings on a farm in rural Minnesota, deployed to fight in the Korean War five days after his wedding, and spent the rest of his long life investing in his community.

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
12/16/22 Jeffrey Kaye on US Bio-weapons and the CIA's Attempts to Hide Them

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 58:55


Scott talks with Jeffrey Kaye about an article he recently published on the CIA's effort to suppress reports about the use of bio-weapons by U.S. forces fighting in Korea. The agency went to great lengths to dismiss those rumors and claims as communist propaganda and the results of brainwashing. Then in 2010, the agency declassified documents that contained evidence of U.S. bio-weapons use in the Korean War. Kaye and Scott discuss the relevant history and why it's important today.  Discussed on the show: “Secret Plan Revealed: CIA Told to ‘Destroy' Those Supporting Communist Germ Warfare ‘Myth'” (Medium) Human Smoke by Nicholson Baker “Who Really Started the Korean War?” (Antiwar.com) “False” Confessions Cover-up: U.S. Told Airmen Who Admitted Germ War in Korea They Could Reveal Information If Captured” (Medium) M*A*S*H Jeffrey Kaye is the author of Cover-up at Guantanamo: The NCIS Investigation into the “Suicides” of Mohammed Al Hanashi and Abdul Rahman Al Amri. Kaye is a retired psychologist, blogger, and author. Read his blog and follow him on Twitter @jeff_kaye. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; and Thc Hemp Spot. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Conspiracy Clearinghouse
Red Alert - UFOs as Threat!

Conspiracy Clearinghouse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 48:21


EPISODE 74 | Red Alert - UFOs as Threat! Some think UAPs might be a "threat" and there have been a few incidents that might be indicative of intent to harm. Or at least, encounters that we interpret as maybe not so friendly, though that might say more about us than about any glowing orbs flying around in the sky. Like what we do? Then buy us a beer or three via our page on Buy Me a Coffee. #ConspiracyClearinghouse #sharingiscaring #donations #support #buymeacoffee You can also SUBSCRIBE to this podcast. Review us here or on IMDb! SECTIONS 02:45 - Close Call - James Salandin, the Manises UFO Incident  09:06 - Things Fall Apart - The 1957 Levelland UFO Encounter, the 1976 Tehran UFO Incident, hot in South Africa 12:42 - Mom, I Got a Owie! - The Bruno Facchini case 14:24 - The Falcon Lake Incident, Monte Musinè 21:04 - The Val Johnson Incident, Valensole 23:33 - The story of Dionisio Llanca 24:49 - The Dechmont Woods Encounter 27:48 - The Cash–Landrum Incident 33:56 - The Colares UFO Flap & Operação Prato 39:20 - It's Not You, It's Me - South Africans shoot, the Arequipa UFO Incident 43:33 - Chorwon in the Korean War, the Blue House Incident in Seoul Music by Fanette Ronjat MORE INFO The 1957 Levelland UFO Encounter Now You See It, Now You Don't by Captain Henry S. Shitlds, HQ USAFE/IHOMP The Anomaly Foundation Solves the "Manises" UFO Case Italian Mysteries: The UFO Case of Bruno Facchini on the Hardcore Italians blog 1950 Alien Encounter at Varese, Italy at UFO Casebook The Falcon Lake UFO Files 54 Years Since Falcon Lake's Famous UFO Incident Il Monte Musiné tra storia, tradizione, UFO e viaggi nel tempo The Strange And Intriguing Val Johnson Case at UFO Insight Close Encounter Makes Him Famous Officer suffers after encounter with UFO The 1965 Valensole UFO Encounter Occupant Encounter In Argentina on NOUFORS La historia de Dionisio Llanca, el camionero abducido a la vera de la Ruta 3 The UFO sighting investigated by the police on BBC Dechmont UFO Monument and Trail on Atlas Obscura Texas UFO on Unsolved.com TRANSCRIPT OF BERGSTROM AFB INTERVIEW OF BETTY CASH, VICKIE & COLBY LANDRUM August 1981 Between a Beer Joint and a Highway Warning Sign: The ‘Classic' Cash-Landrum Case Unravels in the Skeptical Inquirer Operation Saucer: The Official Search For UFOs That Attacked Brazilians With ‘Light Beams' In 1977 1977 Colares UFO Flap / Operação Prato Operação Prato leaked documents Extraterrestrial Vampires in the Amazon Region of Brazil book excerpt by Dr. Daniel Rebisso Giese The only man to ever shoot at a UFO The Peruvian pilot who shot a UFO When Dozens of Korean War GIs Claimed a UFO Made Them Sick "UFO appeared over the Blue House in 1976?" “Blood on my shoulder” 1976 Blue House UFO Incident Follow us on social for extra goodies: Facebook (including upcoming conspiracy-themed events) Twitter YouTube (extra videos on the topic, Old Time Radio shows, music playlists and more) Other Podcasts by Derek DeWitt DIGITAL SIGNAGE DONE RIGHT - Winner of a 2022 Gold Quill Award, 2022 Gold MarCom Award, 2021 AVA Digital Award Gold, 2021 Silver Davey Award, 2020 Communicator Award of Excellence, and on numerous top 10 podcast lists.  PRAGUE TIMES - A city is more than just a location - it's a kaleidoscope of history, places, people and trends. This podcast looks at Prague, in the center of Europe, from a number of perspectives, including what it is now, what is has been and where it's going. It's Prague THEN, Prague NOW, Prague LATER

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
12/16/22 Jeffrey Kaye on US Bio-weapons and the CIA's Attempts to Hide Them

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 57:11


 Download Episode. Scott talks with Jeffrey Kaye about an article he recently published on the CIA's effort to suppress reports about the use of bio-weapons by U.S. forces fighting in Korea. The agency went to great lengths to dismiss those rumors and claims as communist propaganda and the results of brainwashing. Then in 2010, the agency declassified documents that contained evidence of U.S. bio-weapons use in the Korean War. Kaye and Scott discuss the relevant history and why it's important today.  Discussed on the show: “Secret Plan Revealed: CIA Told to ‘Destroy' Those Supporting Communist Germ Warfare ‘Myth'” (Medium) Human Smoke by Nicholson Baker “Who Really Started the Korean War?” (Antiwar.com) “False” Confessions Cover-up: U.S. Told Airmen Who Admitted Germ War in Korea They Could Reveal Information If Captured” (Medium) M*A*S*H Jeffrey Kaye is the author of Cover-up at Guantanamo: The NCIS Investigation into the “Suicides” of Mohammed Al Hanashi and Abdul Rahman Al Amri. Kaye is a retired psychologist, blogger, and author. Read his blog and follow him on Twitter @jeff_kaye. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; and Thc Hemp Spot. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG.

Korean True Crime
Daejeon Prison Massacre

Korean True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 26:17


At the start of the Korean War, an order would be made by President Rhee that would lead to the massacre of up to 7,000 people over the course of 17 days. An order that would lead to the world's longest grave. __ If you enjoy True Crime and Korea, give a rating, follow, and some feedback! It helps me continue to improve the show. If you'd like to support the show, find Korean True Crime on Patreon -- www.patreon.com/KoreanTrueCrime

Movies Merica
Devotion review

Movies Merica

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 35:10


The Korean War is called "The Forgotten War" for good reason. It gets practically disregarded behind WWI, WWII and Vietnam. However, "Devotion" brings it into focus and even more importantly, it focuses on naval aviator Jesse Brown. He was one of the first black pilots in the military and had to endure real racism. In spite of that, he served with valor and distinction, alongside his wingman Tom Hudner. Jonathan Majors plays Jesse Brown and Glen Powell from "Top Gun: Maverick" plays Tom Hudner. Does this movie earn its wings and your attention though? Check out my spoiler-free review here to find out!Support the showFeel free to reach out to me via:@MoviesMerica on Twitter @moviesmerica on InstagramMovies Merica on Facebook

Military Historians are People, Too! A Podcast with Brian & Bill
S2E24 Harry Franqui-Rivera - Bloomfield College

Military Historians are People, Too! A Podcast with Brian & Bill

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 60:43


Our guest today is the infectiously inspirational Harry Franqui-Rivera. Harry is Associate Professor of History and Coordinator of History and Global Languages at Bloomfield College in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Before landing at Bloomfield, Harry held visiting and adjunct positions at Marist College, Skidmore College, Lehman College (City University of New York), and he was a Research Associate at CENTRO - The Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, City University of New York. Harry earned his BA in History at the Mayagüez Campus of the University of Puerto Rico, completed an MA in US Military/Diplomatic History at Temple University, then earned his PhD in History at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Harry is the author of Soldiers of the Nation: Military Service and Modern Puerto Rico, 1868-1952 (University of Nebraska Press), and he has authored numerous essays and articles, including “A New Day Has Dawned for Porto Rico's Jíbaro': Manhood, Race, Military Service and Self-Government during WWI” in Latino Studies (2015). Harry is currently working on two book projects, Fighting on Two Fronts: The Experience of the Puerto Rican Soldiers in the Korean War and Patriotism and Resistance: The Puerto Rican Experience during the Vietnam War. He is a frequent contributor to Centro Voices, Latino Rebels, NBC News, and The Huffington Post, and he also frequently appears on Spanish and English-language television and radio. Harry is a Board member and Executive Director of the New York Chapter of the National Puerto Rican Agenda and has served on the Council of the Latin American Studies Association. Harry has an amazing story - growing up in Puerto Rico, dropping out of school, serving in the military, returning to school, then chasing a girl to Philadelphia, which serendipitously put him in friend-of-the-pod Jay Lockenour's graduate seminar at Temple University. The rest, as they say, is "history." We thoroughly enjoyed our chat with Harry Franqui-Rivera - your day will be better for listening to his story. Rec.: 11/18/2022

PBS NewsHour - Segments
New film 'Devotion' highlights an improbable friendship during Korean War

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 6:29


A recently-released film provides a new reference point for the term wingmen. "Devotion" is the true story of two naval aviators' loyalty and heroism during the often overlooked Korean War. Special correspondent Mike Cerre reports on the pilots' bond and the story that has taken on added relevance today. It's for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Colin McEnroe Show
Brainwashing: From the Korean War to cults to today

The Colin McEnroe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 42:00


The term “brainwashing” has been used throughout history by scientists, politicians, and journalists, as well as in movies and literature. This hour: a look at the history and science of brainwashing. GUESTS: Joel Dimsdale: Distinguished professor emeritus in the department of psychiatry at University of California San Diego and the author of Dark Persuasion: A History of Brainwashing from Pavlov to Social Media Timothy Melley: Professor of English at Miami University The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe, Jonathan McNicol, Cat Pastor, and Dylan Reyes contributed to this show, which originally aired April 20, 2022. Our programming is made possible thanks to listeners like you. Please consider supporting this show and Connecticut Public with a donation today.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast
Winter 2023 GNMP Interpretive Program Update with Chris Gwinn

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 25:29


Ranger and Chief of Interpretation at Gettysburg National Military Park is back with an update for you on what programs you can expect during the Winter of 2023, including the Winter Lecture topics. The list is below.    Gettysburg National Military Park Winter Lecture Series 2023 Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30 p.m. January 7 th through February 26 th , 2023 Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center Featuring some of the best Rangers, historians, and authors from across the country, the 9-week Winter Lecture Series will once again return to the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center in 2023! The Winter Lecture Series is held at 1:30 p.m. on weekends in the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center from January 7 through February 26, 2023. Free tickets will be available day of at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. Sat. Jan. 7 - Intelligence Gathering at Culp's Hill Troy Harman, Gettysburg National Military Park Did the Southern Army investigate Culp's Hill before attacking it? It is imagined the Southern Army attacked Culp's Hill for two days without knowing what they were walking into, or how impossible the task. It is generally presumed that if some forethought and investigation of the ground and circumstances had been carried out earlier, the 12 hours of combat there may never have occurred. How much truth is there to hastily attacking the hill without prior knowledge of Union strength, location, and morale? Troy Harman will explore and explain through multiple vivid accounts, illustrations, and maps. Sun. Jan. 8 – George Dewey and the American Civil War Karlton Smith, Gettysburg National Military Park This program will explore the Civil War career of future admiral and victor of Manila Bay George Dewey. Join Ranger Karlton Smith and track Dewey's experiences from his time at Annapolis to the end of the Civil War, and uncover how that pivotal period would shape his post-war activities. Sat. Jan. 14 – John Hunt Morgan: Thunderbolt of the Confederacy Matthew Atkinson, Gettysburg National Military Park Known today as one of the great cavalry raiders, Morgan struck fear among the Northern population wherever his command roamed. His swift and daring raids across Kentucky and Ohio are some of the most daring undertakings during the Civil War. Join us for a lecture featuring romance, battle, prison escape, and even bank robberies. Sun. Jan. 15 – If These Things Could Talk: Artifacts from the Collection of Gettysburg National Military Park Tom Holbrook, Gettysburg National Military ParkExplore the museum collection at Gettysburg National Military Park with Ranger Tom Holbrook and discover some of the fascinating stories each object tells. From the simple to the extraordinary, each piece offers a window into the story of the American Civil War. Sat. Jan. 21 – Little Round Top: The Vision Place of Souls Christopher Gwinn, Gettysburg National Military Park It is the most famous hill in American history. For 160 years Americans have been captivated by the story of Little Round Top and the desperate fighting that took place there on the afternoon of July 2, 1863. Ranger Christopher Gwinn will examine the story of the battle, the myths and legends that still hover over its rocky slopes, and detail how Little Round Top became a “vision place of souls.” Sun. Jan. 22  - The Great Reunion of 1913 John Heiser, Historian In the summer of 1913, Pennsylvania invited thousands of Union and Confederate veterans to come to Gettysburg to observe and celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, what many considered to be the "High Water Mark the Rebellion". The response from veterans of the Blue and Gray was overwhelming - over 54,000 old soldiers journeyed to a battlefield skillfully transformed by a government commission into a memorial park, where the armies of both North and South would forever be memorialized. Critics scoffed that old enemies could never get along, the divisions that caused the war in 1861 having not been forgotten. But America was changing at home and abroad and those who chose to ignore this commemoration were surprised at its outcome. Was this "Great Reunion" finally the signal of national reunification so many had hoped for fifty years after the final shot had been fired? Sat. Jan. 28 – From Second Manassas to Gettysburg: - The True Story of a Texas Brigade Officer and a Union Artillerist Wayne Motts, Gettysburg Foundation Join historian, author, and battlefield guide Wayne Motts as he explores the true and unique story of Benjamin F. Carter of the 4th Texas Infantry and Captain Mark Kerns of Battery G, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery and how these two men, fighting on opposite sides during the war, are connected through kind acts. From the battlefields of Virginia to the fighting on July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg, Wayne will present some new information about this moving story. Sun. Jan. 29 - From the Iron Brigade to Chief Joseph: John Gibbon's Military Career Karlton Smith, Gettysburg National Military Park This program will look at the military career of Brig. Gen. John Gibbon, focusing on his Civil War service, especially Gettysburg. It will also look at Gibbon's post war service on the frontier and his attitude concerning the Native Americans he encountered. Sat. Feb. 4 - Reading Between the Lines: Soldier Accounts from the Gettysburg Battle Troy Harman, Gettysburg National Military Park Several solider letters and accounts will be examined from the battle, not only for surface level descriptions, but also for patterns to soldier observations, underlying clues to soldier psychology, and deeper cultural messages. This lecture will draw attention to the hidden meanings below the surface. Sun. Feb. 5 – What the Ground Lay Bare: Archeology at Little Round Top and Devils Den Erik Kreusch, Gettysburg National Miliary Park Gettysburg National Military Park has been rehabilitating both the Devil's Den as well as the Little Round Top. Archeologists have been conducting metal detector sweeps of areas where ground disturbance was anticipated. The archeological findings have the potential to shed light on the activities of individuals during and immediately following the fight. The program will highlight some of the current findings. This coupled with firsthand narrative accounts allows the park to enhance our understanding and interpretation. Sat. Feb. 11 – “First in '61:" Nicholas "Nick" Biddle and Pennsylvania's Forgotten First Defenders   John Hoptak, Gettysburg National Military Park On the evening of April 18, 1861, less than 72 hours after the surrender of Fort Sumter and President Abraham Lincoln's subsequent call-to-arms, the very first Northern volunteer soldiers arrived in the nation's beleaguered capital. Although long overshadowed in history by the more famous 6th Massachusetts Infantry, these soldiers composed the ranks of five companies of Pennsylvania militia who later became known as the "First Defenders." Attacked by a pro-secessionist/pro-Confederate mob in Baltimore on their journey south to Washington, these First Defenders shed some of the very first blood of what would become the country's bloodiest conflict. Included among those injured was Nicholas "Nick" Biddle, a sixty-five-year-old African American man who had escaped from slavery, and who now wore the uniform of one of the Pennsylvaniacompanies. Join John Hoptak for a look at the fascinating life and story of Biddle, and the history of these lesser-known companies, their prompt response, and their place in American Civil War history. Sun. Feb. 12 (Superbowl Sunday) – No Program Sat. Feb. 18 – Robert E. Lee - The Antebellum Years Matthew Atkinson, Gettysburg National Military Park Lee stands today as one of the most influential military leaders in world history. But what were his upbringing, education and experiences that molded the man? Join Ranger Matt Atkinson and explore Lee's life before the Civil War. Sun. Feb. 19 – Placing the Platform: Using 3D Technology to Pinpoint Lincoln at Gettysburg Christopher Oakley, Associate Professor, UNC- Asheville Associate Professor Christopher Oakley is a former Disney and DreamWorks animator who teaches Animation in New Media at University of North Carolina Asheville. Since 2013, Christopher has been leading an undergraduate research endeavor called "The Virtual Lincoln Project," in which he and his students are creating a digital photo-real Abraham Lincoln delivering the Gettysburg Address. His lecture Placing the Platform: Using 3D Technology to Pinpoint Lincoln at Gettysburg explores Christopher's digital research that has led him to determine where Lincoln was actually standing when he delivered the Gettysburg Address. Sat. Feb. 25 – A Crusade for Peace--Eisenhower and the Korean War Daniel Vermilya, Eisenhower National Historic Site 70 Years ago, Dwight D. Eisenhower ascended to the presidency at a time of great unrest and conflict. Nowhere was that conflict greater than in the Korean peninsula, where Americans had been fighting and dying by the thousands for several years. Join Eisenhower NHS Ranger Dan Vermilya to explore Eisenhower's crusade for peace in Korea, America's forgotten war. This program will provide special Gettysburg connections to the Korean War by highlighting stories in Gettysburg National Cemetery, and will also feature the newest addition to the Eisenhower NHS museum collection, the parka that President-Elect Eisenhower wore during his visit to Korea in December 1952. Sun. Feb 26 – Gettysburg and the Civil War: From County Seat to National Symbol Barbara Sanders, Gettysburg National Military Park Residents of Gettysburg and Adams County were not just passive observers of the 1863 battle.  Its citizens included men who fought on both sides of the conflict, women who took in or traveled to the wounded after the battle, African Americans who dug the graves for the dead, and generations who worked to support the community from its modest time as county seat of government, to the site of a major battle, host of veterans' reunions, and creation of a National Park.  Stories of its most noteworthy townspeople will illuminate this ever- changing community as a microcosm of a nation moving forward from immense conflict to create a universal symbol of freedom, sacrifice, equality and democracy. Sat. Mar. 4 – Rain Date if Needed Sun. Mar. 5 – Rain Date if Needed Seating is available on a first come – first served basis. Free tickets at available day of at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. Schedule is subject to change. Gettysburg National Military Park is a unit of the National Park Service that preserves and protects the resources associated with the Battle of Gettysburg and the Gettysburg National Cemetery and provides an understanding of the events that occurred there within the context of American history. For a complete listing of all of the free ranger programs, please visit our website at www.nps.gov/gett. For additional information visit www.nps.gov/gett

Free Man Beyond the Wall
Episode 823: The 'Cold War" Pt. 4 - Konrad Adenauer and the Bundesrepublik w/ Thomas777

Free Man Beyond the Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 51:28


52 Minutes PG-13 Thomas777 is a revisionist historian and a fiction writer Thomas goes deeper into the Cold War finishing up the Korean War and getting into Konrad Adenauer and the Bundesrepublik Today's Sponsor-  THC Hemp Spot - Promo Code “Pete” for 15% off https://thchempspot.com/ref/pete  and, Crowdhealth - Promo Code: peteq  Thomas' Substack Thomas' Book "Steelstorm" Thomas' Telegram Thomas on Twitter Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Subscribestar GabPay - @petequinones Pete's Venmo Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter

The John Batchelor Show
3/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by Patrick K. O'Donnell (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 12:55


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1951 Chinese photo attacking an M46 Patton @Batchelorshow 3/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by  Patrick K. O'Donnell  (Author)  https://www.amazon.com/Give-Me-Tomorrow-Greatest-Story-ebook/dp/B004BKJB9Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1669241951&sr=1-1 This is the untold story of "Bloody George," a Marine company formed quickly to answer its nation's call to duty in 1950. This small band of men-a colorful cast of characters, including a Native American fighting to earn his honor as a warrior, a Southern boy from Tennessee at odds with a Northern blue-blood reporter-turned-Marine, and a pair of twins who exemplified to the group the true meaning of brotherhood-were mostly green troops who had been rushed through training to fill America's urgent need on the Korean front. They would find themselves at the tip of the spear in some of the Korean War's bloodiest battles. After storming ashore at Inchon and fighting house-to-house in Seoul, George Company, one of America's last units in reserve, found itself on the frozen tundra of the Chosin Reservoir facing elements of an entire division of Chinese troops. They didn't realize it then, but they were soon to become crucial to the battle-modern-day Spartans called upon to hold off ten times their number. Give Me Tomorrow is their unforgettable story of bravery and courage.

The John Batchelor Show
1/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by Patrick K. O'Donnell (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 11:05


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by  Patrick K. O'Donnell  (Author)  https://www.amazon.com/Give-Me-Tomorrow-Greatest-Story-ebook/dp/B004BKJB9Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1669241951&sr=1-1 This is the untold story of "Bloody George," a Marine company formed quickly to answer its nation's call to duty in 1950. This small band of men-a colorful cast of characters, including a Native American fighting to earn his honor as a warrior, a Southern boy from Tennessee at odds with a Northern blue-blood reporter-turned-Marine, and a pair of twins who exemplified to the group the true meaning of brotherhood-were mostly green troops who had been rushed through training to fill America's urgent need on the Korean front. They would find themselves at the tip of the spear in some of the Korean War's bloodiest battles. After storming ashore at Inchon and fighting house-to-house in Seoul, George Company, one of America's last units in reserve, found itself on the frozen tundra of the Chosin Reservoir facing elements of an entire division of Chinese troops. They didn't realize it then, but they were soon to become crucial to the battle-modern-day Spartans called upon to hold off ten times their number. Give Me Tomorrow is their unforgettable story of bravery and courage.

The John Batchelor Show
2/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by Patrick K. O'Donnell (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 7:45


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by  Patrick K. O'Donnell  (Author)  https://www.amazon.com/Give-Me-Tomorrow-Greatest-Story-ebook/dp/B004BKJB9Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1669241951&sr=1-1 This is the untold story of "Bloody George," a Marine company formed quickly to answer its nation's call to duty in 1950. This small band of men-a colorful cast of characters, including a Native American fighting to earn his honor as a warrior, a Southern boy from Tennessee at odds with a Northern blue-blood reporter-turned-Marine, and a pair of twins who exemplified to the group the true meaning of brotherhood-were mostly green troops who had been rushed through training to fill America's urgent need on the Korean front. They would find themselves at the tip of the spear in some of the Korean War's bloodiest battles. After storming ashore at Inchon and fighting house-to-house in Seoul, George Company, one of America's last units in reserve, found itself on the frozen tundra of the Chosin Reservoir facing elements of an entire division of Chinese troops. They didn't realize it then, but they were soon to become crucial to the battle-modern-day Spartans called upon to hold off ten times their number. Give Me Tomorrow is their unforgettable story of bravery and courage.

The John Batchelor Show
4/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by Patrick K. O'Donnell (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 7:45


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1950 @Batchelorshow 4/4: Give Me Tomorrow: The Korean War's Greatest Untold Story -- The Epic Stand of the Marines of George Company Kindle Edition by  Patrick K. O'Donnell  (Author)  https://www.amazon.com/Give-Me-Tomorrow-Greatest-Story-ebook/dp/B004BKJB9Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1669241951&sr=1-1 This is the untold story of "Bloody George," a Marine company formed quickly to answer its nation's call to duty in 1950. This small band of men-a colorful cast of characters, including a Native American fighting to earn his honor as a warrior, a Southern boy from Tennessee at odds with a Northern blue-blood reporter-turned-Marine, and a pair of twins who exemplified to the group the true meaning of brotherhood-were mostly green troops who had been rushed through training to fill America's urgent need on the Korean front. They would find themselves at the tip of the spear in some of the Korean War's bloodiest battles. After storming ashore at Inchon and fighting house-to-house in Seoul, George Company, one of America's last units in reserve, found itself on the frozen tundra of the Chosin Reservoir facing elements of an entire division of Chinese troops. They didn't realize it then, but they were soon to become crucial to the battle-modern-day Spartans called upon to hold off ten times their number. Give Me Tomorrow is their unforgettable story of bravery and courage.