Dr. Rebecca Grant and 75th Anniversary of D-Day
World View with Rebecca Grant
Dr. Rebecca Grant is a national security analyst based in Washington, DC. and a frequent guest on Veterans Radio.
This week she catches us up on what’s going on around the world militarily and politically.
Ben Mankiewicz from Turner Classic Movies joins Veterans Radio to talk about TCM’s “Never Surrender: World War II in Movies” 75 films honoring the 75th Anniversary of D-Day
Len Lomell, the Last Survivor of the Assault on Pointe-Du-Hoc
This segment of our program was recorded in 2006. D-Day, 6 June 1944, was the largest invasion in the history of the world. Pointe-Du-Hoc was a nearly 100-meter high cliff, with perpendicular sides jutting out into the English Channel. You won’t believe the story of this incredible example of American ingenuity as we learn how this small group of Rangers was finally able to accomplish their mission despite all the SNAFUs. Join us as we talk with Len Lomell, the last survivor of the assault on Pointe-Du-Hoc.
Len was a Toms River, NJ man. After the war he married and had 3 daughters while building a successful law practice. He passed away in 2011 at the age of 91. Here is a wonderful review of Leonard’s life, provided by NJ.com.