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As part of KET's coverage of The War in Kentucky, Louisville Life recalls life on the home front and the impact of WWII on the Louisville area.
Feature Story: Three local WWII vets share their personal stories, including former Indiana Governor Edgar Whitcomb ... who created a false identity to avoid execution as a prisoner of war.
Guest: Susan Bennett with the Charlestown-Clark County Libraries talks about their program to save a unique collection of local letters from the war years.
Around Town: We take you inside the University of Louisville Photo Archives and Rare Book divisions for a look at life on the homefront. We also visit the historical Patton Museum at Fort Knox.
Etc.: It's the only memorial in Kentucky honoring the Commonwealth's Medal of Honor recipients ... and is the first of its kind in the U.S. Get details on the Kentucky Medal of Honor Memorial and the story behind the man it was modeled after - the first Kentuckian to be awarded the Medal in World War II.