“War . . . What is it good for?”
In this episode of Alligator Preserves, Laurel shares another letter from her father from WWII Army training and talks about her recent experience at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. She ponder the question of human evolution and asks the question, “How?”
NOTE: Serious subject matter in part II of this episode.
- Letters from WWII, from Laurel’s father at age 19
- Military uniform changes, garrison caps
- Army K.P. (kitchen patrol)
- Army cooks
- Peanut Butter fudge
- Brainstorm on “War”
- Old friends
- Visit to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, description and blog post
- Discussion on awareness of atrocities against humanity
- Message to listeners
- Encouragement to donate to the museum
- Next episode: The Bataan Memorial Death March Marathon
- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Laurel’s post with photos: Holocaust
- Song War by Edwin Starr
- CIPA EVVY Awards info
- Laurel’s Amazon Author page
- Intro/outro voice by Nick McHargue,
Podcast music from Jamendo Royalty Free Music
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