The Center for World War II studies and Conflict Resolution at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, NJ, presents a video podcast from its spring 2012 lecture series. In this program, author and historian Richard Lucas discusses his book Axis Sally: The American Voice of Nazi Germany. (Buy at Amazon.com by clicking on the book title, or on the button below.)
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Throughout World War II in Europe, all serving overseas were treated to the radio broadcasts of “Axis Sally,” an American who broadcast continuous appealing propaganda over German radio. She was the American voice of Nazi Germany and her name was Mildred Gillars. Author Lucas, who has researched and documented Gillar’s career, relates the life and times of this infamous broadcaster, detailing in particular her relationship with Hitler’s Nazi regime and her subsequent trial for treason after the war.
Lubetkin Global Communications is pleased to be producing video podcasts from many of the Center’s lectures this year. The productions continue a collaboration that dates back nearly 40 years between Steve Lubetkin and the Center’s director, Prof. Paul Zigo. As a student broadcaster at Monmouth College in the 1970s, Steve provided production support to Paul’s weekly radio program, “Speaking of Monmouth.”
This program series is seeking corporate sponsorship support, either for individual programs in the series or as a presenting sponsor for the entire lecture schedule. More information is available in this PDF document, Lubetkin Global Communications – Brookdale Center for World War II Studies Podcast Sponsorship Opportunities – 2012 Spring Series