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  1. Submitted for your approval, the decades-long search for Nazis who tried to implement "The Final Solution" on "Untermenschen" in conquered territories across Europe. This is an audio-with-few-photos-kinda-podcast. Starting before the fall of Nazi Germany in 1945, prominent Nazis sought various ways to elude capture by the Allies by changing identities or with help from Vatican officials. Will the likes of Klaus Barbie, Adolf Eichmann, and Josef Mengele escape to "die in bed"? Roll tape...
  2. Submitted for your approval, a more recent War Story from Dr. Mark Felton. Sierra Leone, 2000. The RUF is moving on the capital. Neighboring states and British forces intervene to maintain law and order. UN peacekeepers are taken prisoner by the rebels, and some are killed. Captives make a break for it through the jungle. Troops on patrol are captured and held roughly by an RUF militia. Put your SAS gear on, Britain is "ready to rumble!" "Death & Diamonds," Part Two
  3. A short tale of World War II derring-do that you won't find in your history books (or on the "history" channel) or Hollyweird movies. The intrepid Polish Home Army has found a German V-weapon. Can it be smuggled out to the Allies?
  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Rri8GblvS4 Submitted for the approval of folks with strong stomachs and a "need to know" curiousity, Part One of a Mark Felton World War II tale. Starting in 1942-43 on Borneo, British and Australian POWs were gathered into labor camps by the Imperial Japanese Army to serve as slave labor. This is a tale of resistance to enemy authority on the level of "Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence," as Borneo's unhealthy climate wore down the imprisoned soldiers. The previous War Stories with Mark Felton began just after Dunkirk, when Operation Sea Lion was being fed by
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