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Tom Hanks and 1968
In this interview with David Giglio, I go into some more depth about my disagreements with Hanks, Spielberg and the late Stephen Ambrose and their view of America's role in World War 2.

And also, the whole concept behind Hanks and his all too easy historical documentaries. Like this one, 1968: The Year that Changed History. I mean what a great subject, what a wasted opportunity.

Again, what David is doing with Our Hidden History is praiseworthy and we should all support him.

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