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c-span's q&a, glen kessler on his end of the year biggest pinocchios awards. saturday night at 10:00, damon root. and sunday at 10:00 p.m., jonathan yeardley who recently required after 33 years with "the washington post." saturday at 6:00 p.m. eastern on the civil war, historians and authors discuss president lincoln's 1864 re-election campaign. sunday afternoon at 4:00 on reel america, tried by fire. a 1965 film that chronicles the 84th infantry division during the battle of the bulge. call us at 202-626-3400, e-mail
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us at comments @c each week american history tv's reel america brings you archival films that help to tell the story of the 20th century. >> plan for months, favored by our lack of readiness with a sky and sea all their own. at 7:55 a.m., hell broke loose. man-made hell, made in japan.
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>> sorrow, yes. bitter, grievous, mortifying sorrow. for on this day, 2,343 men, officers, gave their lives for the service of our country. who were these young americans? let us pause for a few minutes at their hallowed graves and ask
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a few of them to make yourselves known. who are you boys? come on, speak up, some of you. >> i am robert r. kelly. united states army. i came from finley, ohio. my parents are mr. and mrs. james e. kelly. >> i am alfred aaron rosenthal, united states navy. i lived in brooklyn, new york. my parents are mr. and mrs. henry r. rosenthal. >> i am theodore steven zabo, united states marine corps. my hometown is castalia, iowa. those are my parents, mr. and mrs. steven zabo. >> i am moses anderson allen, united states navy. i lived on a farm in cove, north carolina. my mother is mrs. addie allen. >> i am james webster late, united states navy. i'm from huntington park,
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california. my folks are mr. and mrs. william j. late. >> i am antonio s. stefoya. i lived just outside albuquerque, new mexico. >> i am lieutenant william r. shake, united states army medical corps. my home was chicago, illinois. my parents are mr. and mrs. william sheiake. my wife's name is lois. >> you have a baby flou lieutenalawsuinow, lieutenant. you may be pleased to know your son was born on your birthday. >> that's swell. thanks. >> tell me one thing, lieutenant. how is it all of you sound and talk alike? >> we are all alike.
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we are all americans. ♪ you're watching american history tv. 48 hours of programming on american history every weekend on c-span3. follow us on twitter at c-span history for information on our schedule, upcoming programs, and to keep up with the latest history news. sunday afternoon on "reel america," we feature "tried by fire." a 1965 episode of the u.s. army's "the big picture"
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narrated by actor paul newman. december marks the 70th anniversary of the world war ii battle of the bulge and the film chronicles the 84th infantry division of the battle. that's sunday at 4:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span3's american history tv. next on american history tv, the council on foreign relations marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall with a symposium featuring henry kissinger, former secretary of state in the nixon and ford admissions. kissinger discusses the enduring impact of the events surrounding the fall of the wall and he talks about our current relationship with russia and whether we are seeing a renewal of the cold war. the conversation is moderated by richard haas, president of the council on foreign relations. this is about an hour. >> we've got, as you c


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