WWII Behind Closed Doors: Stalin, the Nazis and the West Premiering May 6 on PBS
Upcoming PBS Special – WWII Behind Closed Doors
In an earlier post, I mentioned that I’d been contacted by a publicist at PBS to preview the upcoming documentary that begins airing this week (May 6th), WWII Behind Closed Doors. I’ve had a chance to watch the full documentary and found it fascinating. When I think of PBS, I think of credibility. Add credibility […]
Excellent Summary of King Phillip's War
A PBS publicist contacted me today about an upcoming special special, WWII Behind Closed Doors: Stalin, the Nazis and the West. The six-hour series airs Wednesdays, May 6, 13 and 20, 9:00 – 11:00 p.m., on PBS. DVDs are on their way so more to come after I view them. Sounds very interesting.
Thoreau, Whitman and Emerson Added to My Library
For my fellow military history graduate students who have before or behind you the excellent course, Studies in U.S. Military History, you won’t want to miss Episode 1 of the new American Experience series, “We Shall Remain.” Tonight’s episode, “After the Mayflower,” includes an excellent summary of King Phillip’s War. It can be replayed online […]
One of the things I’ve been a bit surprised by along the way of my military history studies is my growing interest in all aspects of the times I’m studying. During my first course on the American Civil War, it became obvious that the artists of the time played an important role. I was very […]