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James talks about Vietnamese attitudes towards Americans.
James had been in 21 countries by the age of 21.
Americans covered up Japanese biological warfare in China
James answers listener's questions.
The U.S. government hid photos for fifty-two years about what really happened atop Mount Suribachi on February 23, 1945. James interviews Dustin Spence, the historical sleuth who solved the world’s biggest photographic mystery.
An Interview with James' favorite author.
One third of the U.S. Marine's World War II casualties occurred in one month on Iwo Jima, even though the Marines fought for 43 months.
"God saved me to help the Vietnamese." - Rik Carnes
For the first time in history, a nation surrendered without an invasion of its homeland.
Asian and Pacific history changed in 1863 when the U.S. Navy sailed into Tokyo Bay.