By Jeff J. Brown
Pictured above: James Bradley shares stories about creating his new podcast program, Untold Pacific.
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It is a real pleasure to have James Bradley back on the show today.
Today, James tells us about his newest project, Untold Pacific, an audio podcast program based on his four books covering this region and his 40 years of traveling and working here. Be sure to sign up for his email alerts, so you won’t miss any shows. I signed up and have already listened to three programs. Just wonderful!
About James: James Bradley is a New York Times number one best-selling author of four books on Pacific history. Steven Spielberg and Clint Eastwood made the movie of his first book, Flags of Our Fathers. James has been traveling in and learning about Asia since 1974 when he attended Sophia University in Tokyo.
James’ first book, Flags of Our Fathers, chronicled the lives of the boys who raised the flag on Iwo Jima; his second, Flyboys, detailed the air war in the Pacific and the dramatic story of George Herbert Walker Bush’s close escape from capture and death; his third, The Imperial Cruise, tells the story of how President Theodore Roosevelt promoted the Japanese Monroe Doctrine for Asia; and his fourth, The China Mirage, tells of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s attitudes towards China in the lead-up to World War II in the Pacific.
Twitter Handle: @UntoldPacific
If you missed our first interview, it’s a great chance to learn about China and its history with the United States,
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