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Bill Remembers: World War II

"I am seeing the people inside the rail car. I'm seeing the pregnant women, I'm seeing the mothers holding babies. I'm seeing them begging for water. I'm seeing them tired. Nightmare.” As difficult as it is to recall such atrocious memories, Fritzie Fritzshall, like so many other Holocaust survivors, tells her story and tries to keep her memories alive in hopes that history never repeats itself.

California Attacked: The Shelling of Ellwood Beach

Pearl Harbor wasn’t the only attack the Japanese launched on America. On February 23, 1942, ... more

First Animal in Space

One of America’s goals in the 1950s was to beat the U.S.S.R. in space. But the Soviets were ... more

Bill Remembers: Hurricane Camille

Bill Kurtis looks back on Hurricane Camille, which struck down in Mississippi during the summer ... more
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