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 Lieutenant) September 14, 2016
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En el programa de esta semana viajamos hasta aquel 6 de agosto de 1945 cuando el hombre fue capaz de comprender hasta donde llegada su capacidad de autodestrucción con el lanzamiento de Little Boy sobre la ciudad japonesa de Hiroshima.

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 Lieutenant) July 01, 2016
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In December last year we looked at how Churchill in 1940 kept Britain in the war. In this episode we’re crossing the pond to look at Roosevelt and America in 1940/41.

At the outbreak of war in Europe the majority of the American people did not want to commit troops to another European...read more

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 Lieutenant) March 16, 2016
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This month marks 75 years since the United States launched its Lend-Lease program to supply the Allies with much-needed war materiel for the fight against Hitler. Downplayed by the Soviet Union, the program was of vital importance to the USSR’s war effort, as...read more

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 HQ Batallón) May 14, 2015
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My friends:

This is not a fireside chat on war. It is a talk on national security; because the nub of the whole purpose of your President is to keep you now, and your children later, and your grandchildren much later, out of a last-ditch war for the preservation of American independence...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) November 11, 2014
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In his fireside chat radio broadcast on April 28, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt presents his seven-point economic stabilization plan to deal with the country’s unprecedented wartime spending....read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) November 11, 2014
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Following the 1943 Big Four meetings in Teheran and Cairo, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivers a Christmas Eve broadcast promising the nation that they can look forward to peace, though at a high cost.read more

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This paper presents an analysis of the degrees of preparedness (or lack of) on the part of the United States and its naval forces in reaction to and in anticipation of actions by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) primarily during the interwar period (1918-1941), with analysis of relevant earlier...read more

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