by Alex Kershaw
August 3, 2015 Historian Alex Kershaw's latest book focuses on an American doctor and his family who worked with the French Resistance from their apartment just down Avenue Foch from the Paris SS headquarters.
November 22, 2006 Author Alex Kershaw talks about his new book, The Few, which recalls the story of seven American pilots who helped turn the tide of World War II in the Battle of Britain.
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December 12, 2004 Sixty years ago, Adolf Hitler launched one last attempt to maintain Germany's hold on Europe. During the ensuing Battle of the Bulge, one small American platoon was captured and held in POW camps until the end of WWII. They all survived. Alex Kershaw tells their story in The Longest Winter.
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