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"Thank John John Batchelor show dead runs but the long shadow works through the contrast and comparison and the irony of the great war fourteen eighteen as remembered as interpreted it as used by political leaders as responded to by the men and women the moms and dads at homes who are about to send their boys their children born after the first war into the second war and I go to the discovery of bells in Bergen Belsen and book involved in April of nineteen forty five it is the fact that the Soviets it over run the death camps in Poland earlier that year January February we had very little of that in the western media there's a story there but when the allies the Americans and the British friend over book involved for the Americans and bells and for the British it was undeniable and a man named Dimbleby Richard Dimbleby tells the story to the British audience in the way Morrow told it to the American audience and how did Britain here this and how did this transform the the second war David well again we have to take out those back to different age that he's movie footage eventually not a lot of people listen to the radio and great radio journalist like Mara and given will pretty were monsters all using words to explained ideas in people's minds and given movies who want macs are fine veteran reporter tell the story of picking his way I records off to cool in the gloom seeing one still alive and living skeleton and actually break down several times in trying to look cool story he tells a friend you must according to the schedule and see it but you'll never walk number that off your hands never get it out of your mind the power of the school calls just like Mara's from from book involved I think kind of the different on people and walked the of the she needs of the **** regime something totally different from the faucet is that the closes only had committed on a much smaller scale in fourteen eighteen and this is a problem and I help because the public was reluctant to believe the atrocity stories because of the exaggerations and the propagandistic abuse of what the Germans did in the first war so you mentioned however a for example that Eisenhower went to book involved and walk through it because he wanted to add his bona feet as if he was ever called to testify that's right and that was why very deliberately Eisenhower went through the camps he made local German visit can he allowed American army at newsreels and and and magazines like life to visit the camps to take pictures and so on this with documentation of the barber is that the **** regime had had inflicted and it's also cool the basis for the case at you're in the right tool we'll deal all the all the at that meeting at the not the leader this is very important in David's book war guilt it's important to compare how Lloyd George and Clemenceau wanted to prosecute the Kaiser in eighteen Wilson was against it and how that disappointment or thinking informed the plan to arrest fifty two of the leading Germans in forty five try twenty two of them at Nuremberg over eleven months and eventually hang twelve of them how was the decision made they looked at the first war how did Lloyd George and Clemenceau those wish to punish the Germans how was that X. named in the the wish to punish the Germans in forty five well the interesting thing is that the the key countries Britain and the United States flip around intently opposite ditions Lloyd George the British prime minister in nineteen eighteen nineteen ninety he's the one who really want colleagues at the gym leader on crime bother like if you said Charles the first from on in the civil war add to the whole thing cool I'm the Americans against it the second time around the British say no we are not having any more often than ten to war trials if that injection in fact would be quite happy to have at it yeah summary court martial he German leaders and shoot them hand it's the Americans who want to go through a whole legal price all up prosecution for rules of aggression for crimes against humanity day sixteen motion at Nuremberg the price said that has continued right through to the present day we saw again resigns as the old Yugoslavia the advantages in malls and and the problems in judicial patterns that that brings with it lots of problems let's main name one of them Henry Stimson the secretary of state very aged at this point but in any event still in the game publishers thanks to his ghostwriter McGeorge Bundy February nineteen forty seven in Harper's magazine an explanation in which he's trying to he's trying to link the war crimes tribunals the evil of the of the Germans the **** those have been hanged and those are in jail and links that with the effort of the war the crusades the good war but he's also trying to rationalize the death of a hundred thousand Japanese using the nuclear weapons I I I confess professor it doesn't convince me now it it might be something you had to be there to see because it all seems very expedient morality that met that Henry Stimson using well didn't believe he's wrestling we huge mall Paul buttons all world power and will will die act to defeat evil you may end up making you feel yourself and the issue with all you thieving with lesser or greater detail yeah includes all given with regard to the yeah the loss of Japanese life this wall of a way to end the war quickly to avoid additional American losses to avoid a war in Japan and going on for another year or two in order to deal with the criticism he and he gets right to exaggerate the possible gets totaled it might have been sued if the United States the debate the Japanese had my Simpson in probably be either either Amanda liking recognized if you can gauge in a difficult day what he wants to do about to avoid some calling all backlash the tip of the school to do could off the world one again the way that the allies have prosecuted thirty guys but if you like rhetorical the Q. justification of the palm in order to prevent a backlash against the use of American power in the post war period Henry Stimson was of course secretary of war I miss beta spoke the professor has a ride in his book one more detail here because we went to we went past it before but I think I wanna folded in in this effort to convince the American people and the world about the righteousness of the American British the good guys win the second war there was a movie named Wilson that was for book produced by Hollywood I've seen it it's very stiff and unconvincing but at the time Hollywood celebrated it is one of the greatest movies ever made and it was presented as a way to way to prevent World War three I see it is a repeat of the Wilson fourteen points of the first war it was seen as we did it wrong then we're going to do it right now and yet we've already worked through the ironies of Wilson over reaching and a what you have to say creating the term all by promising what he couldn't deliver I don't think they saw that in nineteen forty five yeah I Wilson is a cool site it's a fascinating character because his reputation has been flooded across allow entry he won denigrated off the V. in the backlash against American involvement in World one but he is resurrected as you say at the end of the second World War in the state department crusade for a better league of nations if you live in this this town code United Nations which is still very much and America's second shown leadership this time to get it right where if it hadn't been for Ron Wilson era and of the movie will Janet's movie he's a he's a patient of Wilson as a kind of find Judaic falls the boss only hi in media all the wrong kind of world which is frustrated by the politicians in nineteen ninety three the walls laying the basis for the New World order that was to follow it often on the phone one additional irony the quote from Hannah Arent mass death replaced by the problem of evil that's my note from the professors book this is a way to explain the first war as a part of the crusade to defeat the German Prussian militarist aggression did Churchill and Roosevelt prosecute that did they promote that to their their public before church before wouldn't before Roosevelt's death yes by both of them I can have a strong view about the on the lines of Gemini engine place in in your both of them I think that the basic problem walls militarism eagle ranging questions states and then spreading out into Germany often gender unification under this mall neither of them I think I understood the particular would not sell not baseball look convinced it actually what she needed to do all this work the second World War with to turn the clock back to Germany the walls raw the like the one who will be smart unified the country so gently all small state red cell blocks is more state should through a number of small state but the problem wants a big Jim enable the militarists tradition in the center of your back what had to be pulled back so what we're doing here at the close of the war than Truman takes it up afterwards is trying to re fashion the end of the first war correctly any and that the court they create the conditions that are so difficult in the Cold War and we're still living with and we're going to turn the Cold War next because it fifty year mark anniversary Britain Ireland the United States and West Germany to name for the professors list all remember the first war differently and importantly Expedia play I'm John bachelor the book is the long shot of the legacies of the great war in the twentieth century by professor David rentals this is the John Batchelor show.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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08:45 min | 1 year ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"John John Batchelor. Show. Baba commas book is fierce patriot attended by of William tecumseh show. And it's this on Cup tall. Red-haired motormouth come Sherman Williams to come to show who his men come to call, uncle Billy and then grant who is always smoking a cigar. A man of very few words. And as Lincoln says, I need this man, he fights grant has a vision, which is to use the superior firepower and manpower of the union to overwhelm the confederacy, Sherman on the other hand is a commander who likes to flank very much like a stonewall Jackson he doesn't like frontal assaults. They however worked very well. Together. Vicksburg is the first time where you could say they combine to create new tactical skills. The first moment in. Vicksburg is late December according to my notes here. Bob, sixty two when Sherman leads an attack direct frontal assault at what was the Chickasaw, I wrote it down somewhere. I can't find it. He goes up against the Doug in confederates and gets very badly cut up. And here's a moment where we can introduce what you've discovered about sherman's leadership, he borrows from what he learned in banking. What was it? Well, he knows when to quit. Right. And you know, he realizes when he's loser. It's time to try something else, and he would draws his troops gets him back on these steamboats and actually conceives of new attack and takes over a fort and I think I think gets about fifteen hundred people prisoners out of that. So he he's there in the north area. It's Berg is all sort of swampland. And it's very difficult to operate in, but he gradually during this period. Compensates and adapts and learns to learn to continue his men liked him for that. I think you're right. That, that they appreciated the fact that he's not going to throw them against works. Yeah, they liked him because in this campaign, particularly because he never got them lost. And he had this uncanny ability to understand terrain, and he was interested again, after this, this initial assault against six Burke. He was initially he was interested from that point on somehow figuring out a way around back Gand and flanking it somehow. And that's when he and grant invent cutting free from your supply lines. Well, not they this is the first major campaign in the civil war like this, but this foraging armies forging is is almost as old as warfare. The success at Vicksburg coming at the same time, this is the summer of sixty three as, as the let's put it this way, the non defeat at Gettysburg combines to turn the tide of the confederacy, but they won't. I quit. So the puzzle here for grant and Sherman coming sixty four now is how to defeat the confederacy grant takes becomes commander all the armies. He goes back, east two Lincoln and, and takes control of all of the army's. But chiefly, the army of the Potomac and in the spring of sixty four they're going to begin the overland campaign, which is massacre after massacre, a direct salt against frontal works all the way down to Peter's to Petersburg, and the siege of Petersburg, tens of thousands of casualties. It bleeds out the confederate army the army of northern Virginia Lee. But it also bleeds out the army of the Potomac. And except for the fact that they had endless men power. Sherman. On the other hand, did not approach his challenge in the south in anything like that. This is the Atlantic campaign. Did he understand that he was going to dance all the way to Atlanta with Johnston? What was his mission to capture Johnson to destroy Johnson to wear him out, initially it was to destroy Johnson? But at this point, he believes that Johnston in the old army the army before the civil war was known as the best strategist, and he believes that Johnson would rise to the challenge of fighting Sherman out in the open, but Johnson was no fool, and the last time his troops. The army of Tennessee, which is not to be confused with sherman's, army of the Tennessee, sherman's subcommanders lieutenants. Thomas George, Thomas McPherson, Scofield, these are famous names, and when he loses McPherson it break. His heart mcpherson's, the golden boy at thirty four it's, it's a tribute to Sherman that he does not waste his manpower that he preserves the army of the west these this is the western army. They don't dress spit and polish the way they do back east Sherman has a distinctive uniform that Bob, you're funny about. It's always from Brooks brothers, but it's, it's too small for him, or it's lopsided anywheres a straw hat. That's on purpose. Isn't it? You emphasize his, his ability to be a showman pretty much. I don't think he calculated the figure of Billy, he just sort of grew into it. But once he hit that persona, he, he lived to the hilt, and it enabled hit enables, these young men in the Sarmi were westerners. They were very democratically oriented. They elected their own officers. A Martin it wouldn't have worked with that. Billy worked just fine. Uncle Billy leads them to Lanta critical here. Of course, you all know the history of the war Lincoln thought he was going to lose the election of sixty four, but the capture of Atlanta in September at long with Sheridan's ride in the valley and Farragut at mobile bay. Those are the campaign strategies for ABRAHAM LINCOLN. He's reelected in sixty four Sherman has dance to Atlanta. But now the boldest scheme to my mind in the whole of the civil war, which is the March to the sea whose ideas it, Bob. It seems to have actually been sherman's. There's some dispute. There are some that still say, no, it was really grants idea, and that's proven by his his move at Vicksburg. But I think in the end the evidence points towards Sherman conceiving of this, but telling grant about it very early. And so this, this has been been going back and forth with them for quite a while before they begin on November sixteenth. Eighteenth. Sixty four Sherman takes off from Atlanta and and cuts through the south. But the idea here is well, what are you going to do this army? Well, one of the things you could do is March it through the heart of the confederacy that'll show, they can't stop us and he does. And it drives Lincoln crazy. Because when they cut free of their supply lines. They also cut free the telegraph. So for. Weeks. They don't really know where Sherman is, whether it's been defeated or not. He's marching very quickly to savannah. And when he gets there, he doesn't have time for a siege. He says, surrender now or I will reduce you, well, they do the right thing and surrender. That's why we still have savannah today to celebrate. However, what's important now is that Sherman has become the hero of the war Bob. It's strange because grant is the hero of the war when you read him about him ascension, a half later. But at the time it looks like wherever Sherman was that was the cheer isn't a quote. I'd follow him anywhere they're on the way to Atlanta. And there's a small lake or pond. Soldiers start stripping themselves down and swimming in the pond. Uncle Billy comes along strips himself down, and swimming in the pond and saying, you know, it's a fine. We gotta clean ourselves up. You know, this is a this'll be a fine day for the army the west and some one of his Jukes said, you know, I follow that guy hell fear. Patriot tangled lies William to come to Sherman, baba Connell. I'm John bachelor..

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08:36 min | 1 year ago

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"John John Batchelor show. Joe Biden is a candidate for the democratic nomination for the presidential election of twenty twenty. I go mmediately to Selena Zito who writes the middle of somewhere as well as being a reporter for the Washington Examiner, the New York Post because the Biden campaign immediately went to Pittsburgh where cellini is very carefully observing. How Pittsburgh reacted to Joe Biden? The man who is said to be able to deliver Pennsylvania the to the Democrats in twenty twenty. But first he has to get through the primaries, and he faces twenty twenty one twenty one other candidates for the democratic nomination, Selena a very good evening to you your column in the New York Post most recently identified this fact, about Hillary Clinton's failed campaign in two thousand sixteen that Mrs Clinton did not connect to labor does Joe Biden. Connect to labor and does labor turn out for Joe Biden. Good evening to you. Good evening. Thanks so much for having me on. So I think that the former vice presidents pitch to the working class voter in particular, the union voter is was was done actually pitch. Perfect on Monday in Pittsburgh. He had a good lead in by an African American teacher in Pittsburgh. She mentioned God, she said, the Pudge of allegiance, she mentioned work ethic and the dignity of work, and she said up sort of set the table for what by would go on to talk about these are tendon that Hillary Clinton did not speak about but yet earn credibly important to these voters. And and it is something that Biden is comfortable talking about this connection with. Them culturally, and that is one of the components that has been part of the Democratic Party since President Obama's two thousand twelve presidential reelection race. And so I, you know, western Pennsylvania is. The. Pennsylvania primary, and it's also the key in a general election in Pennsylvania. This is where the voters are a little more conservative and the Democratic Party there the issues like the second amendment at life, and you know, budget is sort of living within your means are very important to these voters. And so his decision to talk about at work and work ethic. And and and to give a shout out to the energy industry where that is booming. This area was incredibly smart now what happens between today and a year from now when the Pennsylvania primary is now is to make all the difference in the world a couple concerns for by does the party pushing too far less if it does he's not going to come across authentic and authenticity bad. Matters to voters does the Democratic Party destroy him. Is he out of it by next year at this time that union officials of fear will cause their workers to vote Republican for at least the next generation Selena the smart set in London observing our process of choosing a president has used the metaphor for Joe Biden of I- fossil a democratic fossil. Did you hear talk like that from the union members or from the people of Pittsburgh? No, not at all. They like his message, but they're voting on issues, and and that's really important to them. And so on issues on the working class by has it has it, right? You know, the residual is not gonna cut it with the working class voters that if they have to make a choice between being frightened of climate change, not not being like normal about it, but being strident on climate change, and or putting food on the table and a roof or there had they're gonna go with the ladder. And and and so, you know, you know, that's what I observe need to not think about age, and they do need you think about issues the observation that Pennsylvania is made up of two important cities. Pittsburgh, I always number one Selena. And then the city I grew up in Philadelphia Philadelphia county, especially is the African American vote. How does this sympathetic? Oh with the union vote of Pittsburgh connect with the African American vote of Philadelphia to win Pennsylvania. What would what pundits and reporters often get wrong is their their viewpoint of what the Africa or concerns for the African Americans odor African American voters tend to be much more moderate to conservative on on a variety of issues. And so while they don't that that pitch towards the center in general election. They would they would have to note the importance of it in a primary election, which is what it you know, sort of putting the affable for the car. You you've got you've got you. That's the bible to the nomination before he gets into general black voters really really like by his numbers looked in both the CNN poll and at the constant poll showed him up twenty percentage. Points over his nearest competitor. Which was Bernie Sanders and both come a Harris, and this is among black voters and both Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, both African American it. Whereas, you know, the bottom of the heap. You know, they did not pull well with with with black voters. And and that's where the the part where voters tend to get insulted when they you know, we when white intellectuals make the assumption. They're going to vote identity rather than their community. It's community. Always I for whatever the voter is staying in Pittsburgh and a couple of minutes here. How does Joe Biden do with Connor lamb Democrats who taught her lamb who was almost a Republican on another day? Well, Joe Biden right runs as Joe Biden, the guy who served Delaware for forty years if the US Senator and often referred to himself as the third Senator from Pennsylvania because of this grant loose. I think it would do well with Connor lamb Republicans Democrats, lash independence. But again, the the known unknown is how far left does he go. Does. He does he come out and show support for third trimester abortions. Does he come out in support of you deal? New greenvale does he come out and support that care for all that better care for on always gonna fly with a union there who loves their health care and doors suburban voter who also loves their employers health care, and so those voters who over to the Democratic Party in that column there's sort of trying it out. Out during the Connor lamb. Congressional race will move away from the Democratic Party. If the platform includes Medicare for all Selena Zito, she is the correspondent for the Washington Examiner and the New York Post, she writes, a column middle of somewhere about the part of America where the election of twenty twenty will be determined about a Selena says the part of America where the Democrats will do the chosen does.

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03:32 min | 1 year ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"John John Batchelor show on Manhattan island than those who visit ten those who live there. No, there is no way to get from one side of Manhattan to the other diagonally you must what walking right angles or you must drive in right angles. Where did that come from who's great idea was it to make it so difficult to go cross? Town Gerard Capelle? He has a new book city on a grid. How New York became New York. And this is a Walker because there's everybody to blame. And no one to blame Gerard. Congratulations and good evening. And let's go to the I suspect. His name is unlikely Casamayor Theodore Gerke born seventeen fifty five Mary's into the Roosevelt family. Of course, he was a surveyor. What was his original genius vision of the island growing north of the? The original city, the Dutch city good evening to you. Well, first of all John great to be with you. All right. Let's talk about Casimir Gort or I think I think maybe was often pronounced like gorlic. But, but there are no survivors. So with anybody's guess, so we'll just go work and what he did was. Prominence surveyor in in New York served in the revolution. And settled as a surveyor in New York City post post war and the city had. Owned, and let's go back a step and understand sort of visually that the city then is essentially sixty thousand people in the very southern tip of in Hatton in what is now considered downtown below. I if listeners know where it is chamber street say where we're city hall is now everybody every New Yorker or or or the the the densely settled part of New York with south of that the very southern kept further up the island was most of it was owned by various people, but not many people live there. It was it was gives country houses for some small settlements. But the key part is in the middle of the island. The least desirable part of the island of the Hilly's depart, the boggy est valley part that was land that was owned by the city, and it was actually given to the city by the Dutch governor. When when New York was new Amsterdam, and it was given to the city because it was incredibly undesirable land. It was topographic -ly undesirable. It was also geographically undesirable because it was in the middle of the island, and you don't forget Manhattan's at island. You know, if you want to be able to get on and off the island, you want to be near the edge of it not in the middle of it, especially when you're only transportation was your feet or or an animal. So these lands in the center of the island, recalled the the so-called common lands, and we can sort of place where they are there about thirteen or fourteen hundred acres, which is about one ninth of the area of of Manhattan. Totally they started at what is now what became Madison Square, which is twenty third street intersecting with Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Not understand. None of those roads were there. Then although I should say.

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08:37 min | 2 years ago

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"John John Batchelor show August nineteen fifty five the time is endless because the crime the murder of Emmett till. A very young man from Chicago who was visiting for the summer that murder has now recently, been, reopened by. The United. States government by the federal authorities new information and also this long long trail of feeling that Justice, was not done the murder of. Till and the murder of other African Americans during this period of civil rights conflict to help. Me understand this, story I welcome David Biteau David is the author with Linda Royster by, to- of TRM Howard, Dr entrepreneur, civil rights pioneer Dr Howard got intimately involved scarily involved in the denial of Justice after, the murder of Emmett till, David a very good evening to. You congratulations for your biography of Dr Howard and to understand the, scale, of his. Heroism we. Need to understand why Justice is reopening the till case the the murder the horrible murder of a, young man good evening to you. David why did they reopen Well that's a little bit of. A mystery because there wasn't FBI investigation about twelve years ago that you know, that turned up some I think what why they reopened the case at this, time was a historian a lot of respect for named Timothy Tyson did. He, a book about the case interviewed Amatil or the. Caroline Dunham Bryant who was a key figure in the. Case and she a according to Tyson. Basically admitted that she was involved in the crime now she's still alive well. Turns out that Tyson didn't have that on tape she said that to me, didn't get it on tape he had hours of interviews with her so I'm skeptical on, that revelation that this is actually gonna lead to anything now there were a, number of people involved in the murder, of Emmett till but, as. Far as I can Determine, all of them have passed away The reopening of the case though points us. All to, a time in America's history a very very grim time when civil rights was extremely scary for people living, anywhere in the country Chicago to Mississippi but especially, for people who spoke up, about injustice the all white jury acquitted the two men who were. Involved in, in the murder right away in fact they made the made jokes about it. About why it took him so long. 'cause they pause to drink, soda pop that was laughter. And Mississippi but it was a bro there were broken hearts in Chicago. And Dr Howard faced? Up to it what did he do who was who was TRM Howard and how did? You, get involved in the till case well Dr Howard. Was probably the wealthiest person. In Mississippi he'd been born in poverty he came there to be cheap surgeon of hospital, black-owned hospital that provided cooperative medical care thousands, of, people he branched out into civil Oh rights and hit it a very large group called the regional council of, negro leadership and they had thousands of, numbers and they would have annual rallies and Mississippi but. They get, ten thousand people to hear people like Thurgood Marshall and singers like Mahalia Jackson they did a successful boycott, of service stations refuse to provide restrooms for blacks, this was in nineteen fifty, two so he was a well known civil rights figure he was. On a, visit to Chicago at the time that Emmett till disappear kidnapping of Emmett till. Wasn't even knowing that it was a. Murderer yet and Howard said, if this boy is harmed. And it was a boy is fourteen years old if he is harmed. Bill be hell to? Pay Mississippi I got a lot of coverage and then they actually brought charges against these? Two, brothers half brothers who were who had kidnapped till. They claimed they'd let him. Go but the body turned up in the in the river and the Tallahassee river just, sort of a fluke dot cook got snagged On some some you know underwater grow and the body was horribly disfigured, and a charges were brought against the two brothers which was actually something remarkable. Because usually white person killed the. Black person there weren't even charges and there was. A trial less than a month after the murder in some in the small town of Sumner Mississippi Dr Howard was involved in trying to find evidence. That not only, against the two brothers but indicating that other people other whites and implacable -ployees. Of the defendants were involved, in the crime and Emmett. Till mothers stayed with them and, he provided or an armed escort every day of the, trial and his home was a refuge for black reporters for witnesses and he. Conducted his own sort of underground investigation working in cooperation with prosecutors trying to prod them off and at the time. Was he He under constant threat were there because I've read about the period. After about ten years, later there were bomb threats routinely cars driving by in the middle of the night did that sort of thing happened to. Dr Howard it did and he was heavily armed and he had the advantage of, living in a town and, all black town amount by which was unique because blacks there could boat they had a sheriff they had the, mayor and that's where tells mothers state to all black so if, you were white you showed up in that community you would, stick out like a sore thumb also all the members of Howard's organization including Howard himself were heavily armed yeah the Thompson submachine gun and White person wanted to make trouble there would have, to get in close 'cause they'd stick out and they and and and people. There were more than ready to fire back and we're heavily on that was part of the issue but I think also that one Howard ventured out he had a heavy heavy armed protection but certainly his, life was threatened. People see used to. Say the shortest life expectancy of any person in Mississippi at the time. This is the Eisenhower administration, nineteen fifty five and coming up. To the the second term was there a. Nationalization, of this story did the did the White House comment was Dr. Howard, in contact with the president He was crowding the Eisenhower administration at at this point Dr Howard is on the verge of, becoming a, Republican, 'cause if anything the Democrats far far less willing to get involved in. Civil rights issues at that at that time so he was. Trying to get the Justice department to look into the case this was after the acquittal of the defendant saying what door other people involved he was presenting evidence to the FBI pushing that that. That line it was nationalized in that sense because, after the acquittal defendants Howard went on, a national speaking tour would get. Crowds of ten thousand people twenty thousand people Madison Square Garden in Baltimore in Los Angeles and. Focused on the case in other unsolved cases in the manner that j. Edgar Hoover getting. Involved he said look you can solve? A crime based. On wreckage of a plane right there the I would boast about Why can't you ever seem to solve. A crime where. A black man or a black. Person is killed and eat hammered on so it was, nationalized. And one of the places he spoke was November. Twenty seven nineteen, fifty five in Montgomery Mississippi is host of Martin Luther King than a nationally unknown figure Rosa Parks. Was in the audience hammered the Emmett till case forty three days later Rosa. Parks when she refused to give up her seat said that she was thinking. Of Emmett till when she refused to go up or see the, book is TRM Howard Dr entrepreneurs civil rights pioneer David Baido and his off and as the author with Linda Royster Bida as a new, book about a very brave man lived a long time ago who I'm sure is listening from heaven right now as the Justice department looks again at the murder, the hate, crime, against Emmett till in August of nineteen fifty five I'm John bachelor this. Is the John Batchelor.

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02:52 min | 2 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on KGO 810

"John john batchelor show monica crowley of the london center for policy research to comment on the politics of the moment we begin in the house of representatives looking to the midterms of two thousand eighteen where joe crowley a ten term very successful democrat irish backslap he's characterized and that's a positive from queens a man who was rebuilt the queen's democratic party defeated surprisingly defeated lopsidedly by newcomer very wellspoken a young woman a latina alexandria caveat caveat cortez the defeat rock joe crowley rock the democratic party and why monica a very good evening to you this defeat in queens looks like a local matter certainly nancy pelosi claims it's local and yet when we look at the campaign policy for the in the race it was about who was more or less left who was more sanders who could call for free stuff for everyone the striking thing to me is this indicates that the democratic party is in much as much turmoil as the republican party is here in two thousand eighteen good evening to you hi good evening to you john yes and it's not getting covered because donald trump uses up all of the oxygen in the room all of the media covers all trump all the time but therefore what the story that everybody is missing is civil war going on on the left on the democratic side you and i have talked now for many years about the evolution of the democratic party and i've made this point over and over again but it bears repeating given yesterday's result which is that the democratic party of today is barack obama's party this is the party that grew up instantly over eight years of around barack obama and far left ideology it is no longer the party of bill clinton meaning it it's no longer centrist pragmatic practical party based in the south this is now a party of jerry minor portions of both coasts it is an elitist party it is a globalist party but bore over is a party of the radical left barack obama paved the way i mean he ran as a democrat but he governed does his socialist he paved the way for the popularity of bernie sanders because he made a palatable for these radical left position to be taken unabashedly unapologetically i cannot tell you how many times over the the at least the early years of the obama presidency i'd be on television on fox news.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on KGO 810

"John john batchelor show bob zimmerman keeps the website behind the black he also watches big astronomy so we're heading from the surface of the planet earth to the surface of the planet earth on a very beautiful spot the island of hawaii the fiftieth state to a courtroom anticipated courtroom one more time to discuss the merits of the thirty meter telescope the t m t telescope baba's chronicle this the last two years and exhausting case may by those and big astronomy who find hawaii to be the best place to locate a really powerful telescope because if it's weather and because of his position but bob a very good evening to you one more time after the governor after an arbiter after a court after a big astronomy complained they're going back to a supreme court in hawaii i thought they'd made the decision i thought they'd thrown tee off the island along with other telescopes on the mouth mount mount coa the volcano because of the protesters have they reconsidered no no no there's no reconsideration no decisions have been made the what you might remember his last time we spoke about this i talked about how the consortium building tnt was making it very clear that they are shifting towards moving to the grand canary islands they had made a final decision but they were not talking about how they hit the consortium headed had added a new partnership that the us there were two different teams building giant telescopes teamed up now and that indicated that they were gonna shift but they haven't actually made that decision yet what's happened this week in this soap opera is that even though there was hearings that went on forever in which finally the judge decided that yes these permits illegal this project should go forward that no no objection has any merit basically they had they did they they did they do dental shins tnt and they should go proceed well of course that doesn't satisfy the protesters nothing ward except if they get what they want and so they they appealed they appealing because the judge who made this decision ricky may amato it appears that she was she had had a paid membership in the mole astronomy centre this is connected with the telescopes on the big island it's just like you belong to a library or you belong to a community center or you belong to a science organization she was a member but because he was a member of science astronomy organization they say she has a conflict of interest and she should never have been there and they've appeal this to the supreme court of hawaii and hawaii record is looking at it right now i don't think that matters because they're gonna just find some other reason to appeal after this and the government that the democratic government in hawaii is really on the protests decide they want to make the admits that publicly because it would lose them votes and so they are helping them stall and stall and stall i think that it doesn't really matter the what's going to happen the consortium the buildings gmt is going to have to leave a hawaii even if this decision comes out in that favor there will be more appeals in what delays running out of time so they'll switch the excitement right now is building for high busa to a japanese space agency probe headed to the asteroid row yoga you go to behind and the black you see an image bobby if looks like a it looks like a square hamburger that's what it looks that's a good description john scrapbook are like that they're they're referring to a crystal called a floor floor right which kind of like has a diamond like shape and there's something to be said by looking at the image on behind the black is you're looking at the the equator is is is across the middle and the north and south poles are just like you'd see and this rotates seven and a half every seven and a half hours they are moving within this images taken from twenty five miles away they're gonna get within twenty miles and they're going to basically flying in formation with this for a period of time and what they'll be doing initially is trying to figure out the best place to land a shoebox sized probe called mascot and that pull also has four little rovers with it that'll roll along the surface and they want to be able to land that and have it do it's working then also higher boosted to itself will land at some point to grab a sample and then leave the bring.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"John john batchelor show michael vallejo's my colleague of johns hopkins we are examining for some weeks now the new civil war in america michael teaches a course to be offered in these next months in the fall of johns hopkins entitled kinship identity in the past two civil war in which the professor with a reading list identifies the stages of conflict that can be described as civil war after the fact after the fact it is a measure of two thousand years of history of civil war starting with the romans who invented it that countries nations groups regions do not know they're involved in a great civil war as minor civil war until after it's over until it's too late to stop the dialogue the dreaming the narrative all starts beforehand before conflict and michael and i are watching now because there are very strong signs that america's engaged in civil war that rennes us apart not puts his together that we're not seeking answers michael very good evening to you my reading with you in mind these last days has been a new book about the mazaar gone offensive of september october nine thousand nine hundred and a hundred years past when pershing having debated with the french put the american army the af into action alone by itself fighting shoulder to shoulder with other americans famous divisions and just organized divisions african american division the ninety second in the ninety third the forty second division the eighty the seventy seventh division the thirty fifth division all these divisions thrown in a line against the welders established german defences of years past this is in the neighborhood of the battle of verdun that had been fought out in nineteen sixteen the greatest single massacre of human beings ever in conflict but this is now nine hundred eighteen and the americans through them selves into this contest against very good german troops verte burgers and prussians very good troops in dug in positions and in the course of the battle where there's much to speak of pershing's bad leadership poor generalship and the inexperience of the american troops trying to overcome the odds against them in the course of the battle you can see again and again the americans are struck by how they're fighting shoulder to shoulder in the same conflict with men from other parts of the country other identities italian from new york or or scandinavian from minnesota.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"John john batchelor show chuck ross for the daily caller watching carter page you will recall carter page much in the news in two thousand seventeen because of his part in the trump campaign that was suspicious to the fbi under direct komi and others the investigation often turned on carter pages links to the russians carter pages conduct and going to moscow in the middle of the campaign carter page returning and then all of a sudden the revelation that the fbi had sought and gained a faisal warranty surveilled carter page after october of two thousand sixteen carter page in the news that was then this is now now we have some large questions about carter page and i begin with the one that bill mcgurn highlighted these last days in the wall street journal and submit it to chuck ross that is that crossfire hurricane the fbi name for the investigate nation of the trump campaign the allegation that trump campaign was colluding with the kremlin started july thirty first we have that date from the fbi however carter page in cambridge on july eleventh when he was i contacted according to carter page by men name hopper professor helper who we now understand was a confidential informant longtime for the cia and the fbi and his contact with page was professional we now understand so chuck i turn to you to ask if you're satisfied that there's an answer to this question or are we still looking if crossfire hurricane opened on july thirty first who was helper working with on july eleventh when he contacted carter page we have an answer to that good evening to you chuck john thanks for having me i would submit that we do not have an answer to that question and it's one of the more important questions of this whole this whole saga so far as you said crossfire hurricane opens up july thirty first two thousand sixteen we're told her that.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"John john batchelor i welcome my colleague bob zimmerman keeps the website behind the black we have reason to celebrate the open another triumph for space x but it's so routine we have to be very careful here how we report this because spacex makes this effortless baba very good evening to you spacex is successful launch of a combination of commercial satellites commercial property and satellites for nasa all together in one package i believe they were deployed from the second stage this is a miracle of deployment bob i did not know it had gotten this sophisticated to serially release satellites as the as the rocket climbs into into a an above earth's atmosphere good evening they this this is only seven thousand remember the record right now is an indian rocket launching over a hundred satellites what what they did here is they did a long burn of the second stage stopped the burn to release the two nasa science satellites these are designed to study there's gravitational field to better make more precise the imprecise climate models that they are faking for the last few decades excuse my language and then they would fire then they fired the upper stage again to go into a different orbit a higher orbit to release the five radium communication satellites this is not actually that unusual what was interesting about this launch to me john is that all of these satellites were originally gonna launch on russian ukrainian rockets and because of the conflict between russia and ukraine the kind of had a back out of the deal and so all of these satellites nasa and the radium switched to spacex they basically stole the russian business and that's reflected in the launch leader board that i keep with every launch russia is really hardly competing with you la as a launch leader any now and this used to be this.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I don't side with russia you need to know who he is is not a matter of taking a side like like i'm on this side of that side of course i side with this country but i think it's a dangerous game to try to use russia if you know to to whip up sentiment against the country that is not necessarily has taken hustle activity against us and what they do in syria or i understand there they side with iran i'm not a fan of iran either but iran's the big dog in the area in russia's even a bigger dog you wanna pick fights with them very dangerous very very dangerous you don't wanna see people hurt or killed you wanna see diplomacy i think not you but one one does you understand what i'm saying no i think that you are a victim of russian propaganda and you've forgotten about putin and what they do yeah you seem to have forgotten who russia is putin is i think that i don't find you let me say this where i get my information can i mention a name of my goto guy of where i get my current opinions to some of the talk show hosts not talk show host he's he's a professor of russian history at princeton university he's on a talk show but that's not it that's a middle of the road talk show is on seven days a week it's very erudite it's like david bread no used to be sort of jp the insurance you can use the guy's name that if you want john john batchelor show okay he's on tuesday nights this guy cohen and he's also he writes for the nation magazine which is a.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"I'm john john batchelor show david chusetts is night and roosevelt elected hitler is not hitler has faced the german people one more time his party the national socialists voting for the cia how many delegates you get gives you power and they need a majority for him to be right chancellor the vote on november six turns against the party they lose more than one hundred seats and they lose it to the center again because of the strike in berlin that you mentioned and also the violence the boy ten violence and the fact that hitler is now campaigning in the extreme a couple of details about the extreme we know and we have to look forward a little bit david to how the third reich will turn to be darkness visible in the twentieth century hitler did not hide his fanatical denunciation and hatreds he didn't hide them they were there all the time despite the fact that people were appealing to him please comet down please do something to to make this not so obvious however at this remove what eighty years later it's impossible to read the new york times to read your book or to read the stories of the holocaust and not see that a whole lot of people understood that his fanatical hatred of the jews was going to turn to violence they thought they saw routinely and did nothing you're thinking about that david because you've compiled this record the people may think it's going to lead to violence but there's no there's nothing to prestage this wholesale extermination what they would compare it to would be russian antisemitism where a bunch of people go out from the czar authorities beat up some jews and then things sort of go back onto normal et cetera et cetera there will be discrimination pogo grumpy business discrimination may be some expelling the jews which had occurred in european european history over and over again things of that nature but nothing like the holocaust and the holocaust of course does not start until the second world war is in its second or third year and people when they when they hear about it cannot believe it seems like it seems like propaganda header in losing votes on the november sixth ballot now has lost the momentum for the party and they're thrown back on via.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on WTMA

"John john batchelor show i welcome monica crowley of the london center for policy research to comment upon a phenomenon the reboot of series called roseanne from long ago nine hundred ninety eight to nine hundred ninety seven on told greeting the facts here from cnn the reboot is greatly successful overnight ratings are what tv talks about brad's about there are a lot of reboots out there a lot of ideas from magnum pi which i look forward to and murphy brown which is celebrating the original early days women acting strong on their own however when we come to roseanne the twist here is that roseanne the character in the sitcom and the personality outside of the sitcom the actor actress is a trump supporter and outspoken trump supporter like more than half of america at the election time the important states so monica i'm flabbergasted but more more importantly abc is flat out delighted does this mean this is the first of many tv stars who are going to be pitching trump's supporting sitcoms the network so we going to see suddenly a wave of what is said to be a rare bird in hollywood and republican good evening to you i could evening john well you know the old phrase that the business of america is stiffness well that is also true for hollywood and the business of hollywood is business so they're always looking at the bottom line and a lot of times they're ideological bias gets in the way of making judgments that will be in fact profitable for them we're coming up on passover we're coming up on easter and what's amazing to hollywood every year is that they're they're always batch of christian television shows and christian movies the mel gibson movie for example the series on the bible the blues the roof off in terms of.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"John john batchelor show bob zimmerman he keeps the website beyond the black is the author of commercial commercialism in space however we're off to do some scientific exploring and this time some a new theory of of the main asteroid belt tell me about all right well um uh scientists have had for many many decades a theory about what form the main asteroid belt this is between pluto upside between mars and jupiter where you majority of the asterix sold small oh there's a lot of other places that you can find asteroids and there's a lot of a type doubt today asteroids but the main asteroid belt is the first discovered in the most significant um and there's been a lot of the theory that has been favored the consensus favorite theory is that the exrebel had once had a lot more object in it and over time jupiter's gravity has cleared out most of that tirias scott and pierre and it was actually jupiter's gravity that prevented those objects from coalescing into a planet this is the present theory well some scientists got together and they put together a different model and using computers they came up with a new theory in that series suggest that actually leave the astroid delta was originally an empty space and the gravity from the inner and outer planets jupiter and the inner planets as well had slowly be elated the area with what we see today now this doesn't is.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"John john batchelor show michael nyberg's new book is pots to the end of world war two and the remaking of your the principles stalin for the russians the soviets them call truman the new president for the americans and churchill the prime minister for the british who have been at war since sizing thirty nine stalin has been at war since 1941 when he was tacked unless you count the invasion of poland is beginning the war that is a detail that will come up again there's they're ready to sit down at the is in potsdam bottles berg they're staying there and the main palace will they will sit is called cecilienhof which his wonderfully described its it was built for crumbles crown prince phil helm of the first war wonderfully believe described by aptly who is about to become the prime minister of great britain as stock market gothic i love him for that michael that's wonderful a vastly if the great line and it'll show a little bit of the condescension nip the british stock griffey and the british upperclass uh had for what it deemed the bad taste of the german middleclass and they make the same observations about the the furnishing of the health arena noted collect eckert the russians are taking p through the furniture from all over the place and just putting them in elders in the americans and british assume that this is a kind of furniture the german prefer uh go so it's a little it it it's a little comedic but it does reveal a little bit of the mentality the a palace that they were all there all staying in a different palaces and houses and each house has a piano and there's entertainment in the evening but let's set the schedule cecilienhof is where they will meet is a red star out of drain hymns in.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"John john batchelor show michael nyberg's new book is pots to the end of world war two and the remaking of your the principles stalin for the russians the soviets them call truman the new president for the americans and churchill the prime minister for the british who have been at war since sizing thirty nine stalin has been at war since 1941 when he was tacked unless you count the invasion of poland is beginning the war that is a detail that will come up again there's they're ready to sit down at the is in potsdam bottles berg they're staying there and the main palace will they will sit is called cecilienhof which his wonderfully described its it was built for crumbles crown prince phil helm of the first war wonderfully believe described by aptly who is about to become the prime minister of great britain as stock market gothic i love him for that michael that's wonderful a vastly if the great line and it'll show a little bit of the condescension nip the british stock griffey and the british upperclass uh had for what it deemed the bad taste of the german middleclass and they make the same observations about the the furnishing of the health arena noted collect eckert the russians are taking p through the furniture from all over the place and just putting them in elders in the americans and british assume that this is a kind of furniture the german prefer uh go so it's a little it it it's a little comedic but it does reveal a little bit of the mentality the a palace that they were all there all staying in a different palaces and houses and each house has a piano and there's entertainment in the evening but let's set the schedule cecilienhof is where they will meet is a red star out of drain hymns in.

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"john john batchelor" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"john john batchelor" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Four this is charles hosby olivet nazarene university believes that an education unlocks a person's potential they believe an educated person has a positive impact on his or her community they believe that education is not something to be contained but imparted to the world they believe in you learn more at graduate olivet edu eu element nasseri university where you are to where you will be it's john bachelor suddenly because the president of the united states finally meeting with vladimir putin the meeting has proved news because the syria conflict now we have news that the russians and the americans mr putin mr trump will cooperate in a ceasefire in southwest series surprising development of at the same time a welcome john john batchelor from six to be on news talk five ninety cagey news talk five nutty cagey armstrong sixto10 welcomed the arms drawing any show glad you're here thursday morning armstrong yet show so worried about other countries happen in your elections right you downright we are this is what they've done they've gotten thirty voting machines and the best hackers in america and said gold added see if you can get in that's exciting what an interesting experiment report him plus is there a massive blackmail scandal erupting him capitol hill we'll talk about it.

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