Tuesday on Lake Effect: Unlikely Survivors of the Holocaust, Policy Impact of WWII, Precious Lives
Tuesday on Lake Effect:
On today’s show, we’ll meet a Lake Geneva man whose father liberated the Mauthausen Concentration Camp in German-occupied Austria 70 years ago, saving as many as 40,000 lives. That story is featured in a new book about three unlikely survivors – babies born to camp prisoners. Later, how World War II still shapes US foreign policy. Plus, writer Andrea Lochen taps into the rich imagination of a child in her new novel. And the latest installment of our series, Precious Lives introduces us to a radio host at the intersection of the media and a community in turmoil.
- Wendy Holden, author, Born Survivors and Larry Kosiek, son of Sgt. Albert Kosiek
- Art Cyr, Carthage College
- Andrea Lochen, author, Imaginary Things
- Precious Lives