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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.

Bill Remembers: Hurricane Andrew

At the time in 1986, it was the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. Bill Kurtis reflects ... more

Juan Trippe: Jet Age Innovator

An innovator and a visionary, Juan Trippe helped create air travel as we know it today. He saw ... more

26th Amendment & Voting Age

The 26th amendment set a national uniform voting age for men and women of all races and ethnicities ... more
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