Radnor history professor recounts largest civilian air disaster of WWII

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Seventy years ago this month, the worst civilian air disaster of World War II was sustained by Allied forces, and it’s the topic of the new book “The Freckleton, England Air Disaster: The B-24 Crash that Killed 38 Preschoolers and 23 Adults, August 23, 1944.”

NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller spoke with the author, Cabrini College history and political science professor James Hedtke.

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