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Nazi Scientists In America, West Virginia Water, Kids Table Conversation

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Nazi Scientists In America, West Virginia Water, Kids Table Conversation

Nazi Scientists In America, West Virginia Water, Kids Table Conversation

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Adolf Hitler salutes to a crowd of soldiers at a Nazi rally in 1938. Years later, in the final months of World War II, the United States undertook an enormous effort to attract Nazi scientists.
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In this week's podcast, water woes continue is West Virginia, a government operation that imported Nazi scientists into America, and Hank Azaria's take on the triumphs and tribulations of fatherhood.