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Armed Forces Radio Service in WWII

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U.S. soliders in Europe listen to the 1944 World Series in which the Saint Louis Cardinals played the Saint Louis Browns.

The Armed Forces Radio Service was established during World War II.  Neil Hever examines the effort to provide entertainment to troops during the war from Germany to the Solomon Islands.

(Original air-date: 2/3/2019)

 

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