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Located in Chicago, the Pritzker Military Museum & Library is open to the public with live events and a collection of books, art, and artifacts that tell the story of the Citizen Soldier in American military history. This master feed will provide all available Library programs including events with award-winning authors, interviews with Medal of Honor recipients, and panel discussions on military issues. To view more than 300 previous Library programs, visit pritzkermilitary.org.

Pritzker Military Museum & Library Podcasts Pritzker Military Library

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 82 Ratings

Located in Chicago, the Pritzker Military Museum & Library is open to the public with live events and a collection of books, art, and artifacts that tell the story of the Citizen Soldier in American military history. This master feed will provide all available Library programs including events with award-winning authors, interviews with Medal of Honor recipients, and panel discussions on military issues. To view more than 300 previous Library programs, visit pritzkermilitary.org.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
82 Ratings

82 Ratings

Arnold Howard ,

Top military history podcast

This is far and away the best military history podcast in the world. I feel that I’m at your museum with you during your lectures.

The Medal of Honor recipients are always interesting. I cried with the nurse who remembered Vietnam. I laughed with Jack Lucas, the Iwo Jima veteran who saw the lighter side of life.

Don’t change the way you do anything. Keep up the good work.

Desert Fox 1989 ,

More Than History

Moving history from a personal perspective, but really innovative collaboration with Chicago Shakespeare!

Mike85746 ,

enjoy the podcast i do have quibble with Mr Weintraub

I generally enjoy the podcasts: the subject matter is interesting, the speakers entertaining, and the audio quality makes it easy to listen to - all key factors in a podcast for me. I do have a quibble with Mr Weintraub whose talk was podcasted recently. He is a WWII Historian yet in the Q&A session at the end someone asked him his opinion about Japanese Internment in America in WWII and i found his answers shockingly uninformed. He stated that there was never a case of Japanese Americans assisting the Japanese War effort - that the whole thing was about grabbing farm land in California - read any book on the MAGIC intercepts or the Niihau incident clearly the US government had legitimate concerns. He also said the Supreme Court overturned the Order which of course is also not factually accurate. look up Korematsu V United States - the Court sided with the Government. When i hear opinions like these expressed by a WWII Historian it causes me to doubt everything else i heard. I think the Pritzker can do better than that.

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