A good work on the subject. Well worth listening to.
Very powerful and intense. This is reminder of places,events and especially of people that should not be forgotten.
Very interseting as to what really happened to some of our soldiers in Europe and also how our government handled it. I would recomend it to others.
Roger Cohen writes on foreign affairs for "The New York Times, "where he has worked since 1990, primarily as Paris correspondent, bureau chief in the Balkans and Berlin, and foreign editor. He also writes a twice-weekly column for the "International Herald Tribune. "His book on Bosnia, "Hearts Grown Brutal," based on his prizewinning coverage of the war there, was cited for its excellence by the Overseas Press Club. He is married to the sculptor, Frida Baranek, has four children and lives in Brooklyn, New York.