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November 11, 2011 - Part 2

"War Time comes and goes"; a meditation in voice, sound, music and poetry: including gas masks at a 1939 wedding; poison gas training for Iraq; sounds of the bomb that nearly killed a journalist; chaotic radio control rooms, a 9/11 tribute, and Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1936 speech "I have seen war".

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