Show: Maine Social Justice

Episode: 0124 MSJ Soldier's Story of D-Day and Korea and back to Indian Island.mpg

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Episode Description:

Paul Biscula of the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission interviewed Charles Shay at his home on Indian Island. Charlie was a combat medic in WWII and Korea.
He was born in Connecticut and raised on Indian Island in Old Town, Maine. Charlie received numerous medals including three silver stars, two bronze stars and was recently awarded the Medal of Honor from the President of France.

His stories of his humble childhood, service to his country and the discrimination he received when he came home will not easily be forgotten.

Following the interview you will see "Wabanaki" a film presented by the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission. The film will give you insight to better understand the life of Charles Shay.

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File Name of SD Episode: 0124 MSJ Soldiers Story DDay Korea back to Indian Island.mpg

Total SD Episode Video Runtime (hh:mm:ss): 00:47:32

File Size of SD Episode Video: 2,797,722,747 Bytes

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Friday, October 2, 2009 - 07:24

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