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In Their Own Words - WWII: The European…

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Relive the climactic events of WWII and D-Day with actual, first-hand accounts from the heroic men who bravely fought to preserve our ideal of freedom. Filled with emotion, patriotism and candor, each gripping story featured within 'In their own words' reveals the triumphs and struggles of those who survived the most unthinkable, life-altering conditions, This 8-cassette suite, containing over 8 hours of riveting, personal accounts, exposes the inside story of the U.S. airborne assault, the invasion of Normandy, the infamous Battle of the Bulge, and numerous other decisive events of the war. Told with unprecedented detail by the veterans of this momentous conflict, each story of hardship, endurance, and comradeship will reawaken your pride and appreciation for those who valiantly served our nation.… (more)

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