The unsanitized truth of what we have asked of those who defend this nation. From archived tapes of WWI veterans, to conversations with modern-day warriors, these are their stories, in their own words.
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Great story telling. We love this in New Zealand.
A recent find for me. Great to listen to veterans talk about their experiences. Well recorded and edited. Thanks to the interviewers as well. Finally, thanks to all the veterans for telling these stories.
This podcast is awesome because it really is just the Vet talking, telling his story. I could live without getting church in my ear for half the podcast - something I wasn’t trying to download - but that’s what forward and stop buttons are for. I love hearing vets tell their stories. Thanks to all of you out there!
Being Australian, I love listening to the accents of the people/heroes in this great podcast, they should be very proud!🙏
I can’t remember when I was so moved by a history podcast. This is such an amazing and heartwarming story told so well by a humble hero. I will share it with all who will listen. This should be r
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Warriors In Their Own Words launched 6 years ago and published 144 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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