WW2 in the Pacific

Japan’s Race to Build a Bomb.

A veteran author tells James that the Russian and North Korean nuclear programs were built upon the wreckage of Japan’s underground WWII atomic experiments.

Iwo Jima Pt. 3

In the final episode of the “Iwo Jima” series, James discusses the significance of the flag-raising and the impact it had on winning the war.

Iwo Jima Pt. 2

James tells stories about the battle of Iwo Jima.

Iwo Jima Pt. 1

James follows his father’s footsteps to the Battle of Iwo Jima.

Who Raised the Flags on Iwo Jima?

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.

KIA on Iwo Jima

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.

Fire War in the Pacific

For the first time in history, a nation surrendered without an invasion of its homeland.

The Morality of War

Paul Tibbetts, who dropped the Atom Bomb on Hiroshima, said, “There is no morality in war.”

George Bush and the Cannibals

Stranger than fiction: the guy who got away went on to become President of the United States.