On episode 60 of Breaking Walls, we present a look at the history of audio in America on the fourth of July in honor of the 241st anniversary of America’s Independence Day. We’ll laugh, we’ll cry, we’ll get angry, and perhaps, we’ll all be able … Read MoreBW – EP60: Home For The Fourth—A History of Radio Programming on Independence Day
On December 7th the United States of America have jumped into two world wars. First, on December 7, 1917 The US declared war on Austria-Hungry, and on December 7, 1941 Japan forced the US into World War II with the attack on Pearl Harbor.
World War II diaries 1940-1945 (or in it’s original Dutch title ‘Dagboeken uit de oorlogsjaren 1940-1945) is a collection of handwritten books from the second world war. Written by Han Gerritse, owner of hardware store chain in the Netherlands Gerritse, the books were collected by … Read MoreThe World War II Diaries of a Dutch Hardware Store Owner
The Posting Sentries Art Project is a unique undertaking by War Department, a British street artist and, as far as we are aware, is the first large scale art project of its kind. All over the United Kingdom there are wartime structures that have been … Read MoreThe Posting Sentries Project, from War Department