Living Out Loud | Nov 7, 2012 | 2:53

The Spanish Crucible - Ron Liversedge #4

Ron Liversedge describes the sinking of the ship "City of Barcelona" by an Italian submarine.

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Living Out Loud - Finding a voice  Part 1Mar 8, 2013 | 24:58Living Out Loud Finding a voice Part 1 Audio
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