On Ep. 3 Pt. 3 of Centre Point oral history series, WWII veteran David Walker discusses the meaning of heroism
A new series of the Centre Point podcast features oral histories collected by Centre College students who took the course “America in the World Wars” with Assistant Professor of History Sara Egge.
In the third part of Episode 3, Navy veteran David Walker talks with Tory Parker ’16 about his thoughts on the use of atomic weapons in World War II and how he feels about the idea of heroism.
The Centre Point podcast began with a pre-2016 presidential election series that featured Centre professors discussing politics through the lenses of other topics, including the theatricality of politics, the importance of polling and the role of religion in politics. A post-2016 presidential election Centre Point series also featured Centre professors looking at what lies ahead in American politics, including the future of democracy and a British perspective on American politics. To listen to previous episodes of Centre Point, visit this page.
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February 3, 2017