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Bruderhof Radio
The WW2 Generation
Regular Show
Arthur Woolston, John Hinde, Arnold Mommsen, Dick Domer
 Andrew Zimmerman  Contact Contributor
Jan. 1, 2000, 3:53 p.m.
Part I of a three part series featuring men and women who have opposed war, and the machinery that drives it. In this program, we speak with four members of the "WW2 Generation", all of whom spoke out against WW2 in some way.
Producer: Andrew Zimmerman
Uploaded by: Andrew Zimmerman
As we look back at the 20th century, we invariably find ourselves focusing on the many conflicts, wars, and battles that so clearly define the period. In fact, many historians have dubbed it "The Bloody Century". As people's historian Howard Zinn has noted, conventional retrospectives and histories tend to focus on wars and those who fight and win them. Comparatively little attention, however, is paid to the civilians who suffer in war, and even less to those who oppose war or refuse to participate in it. And so, as a new century unfolds, Bruderhof Radio presents a three-part series featuring men and women who have opposed war, and the machinery that drives it. In this program, we speak with four members of the "World War Two Generation", all of whom opposed and spoke out against WW2 in some way. Two of our guests are British; two are American.

Bruderhof Radio is a semi-monthly production of the Bruderhof Communities, www.bruderhof.org. Bruderhof Radio is provided free of charge to all public, progressive, and community radio stations. For more info, see our web site at www.freespeech.org/bruderhof or contact the producers at (800) 778-8461 or (914) 658-8351 or redzim@bruderhof.com.

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