Garrett Graff

journalist, a historian and the author of “When the Sea Came Alive: An Oral History of D-Day”

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journalist and author of the book “Raven Rock: The Story of the U.S. Government’s Plan to Save Itself – While the Rest of Us Die” and “When the Sea Came Alive: An Oral History of D-Day”

Garrett Graff on KCRW

On the 80th anniversary of the storming of the beaches of Normandy, France, a new book chronicles the experiences of those involved — from generals and troops, to allies and enemies.

Oral history of D-Day offers window into the historic WWII turning point

On the 80th anniversary of the storming of the beaches of Normandy, France, a new book chronicles the experiences of those involved — from generals and troops, to allies and enemies.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The nation’s capital will have extensive military presence next week when Joe Biden takes the oath of office and becomes the 46th U.S. president.

DC grapples with major security threats as Biden’s inauguration nears

The nation’s capital will have extensive military presence next week when Joe Biden takes the oath of office and becomes the 46th U.S. president.

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Eighteen years ago this morning, the United States was under attack. Two planes plowed into the World Trade Center, one plane into the Pentagon, and another crashed in Pennsylvania.

How 9/11 unfolded, moment by moment

Eighteen years ago this morning, the United States was under attack. Two planes plowed into the World Trade Center, one plane into the Pentagon, and another crashed in Pennsylvania.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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