History Class, Podcasts, Uncategorized, World War 2

The Doolittle Raid and The Battle of the Coral Sea on Our American Stories

Hello again Readers, Writers, and History Lovers!

Today, I’m pleased to be a guest on Our American Stories. Last time, I was invited to talk about The Battle of Midway. Today, I’m talking about an earlier period in the U.S. involvement in WWII: The Doolittle Raid and the Battle of the Coral Sea.

Here is the direct link to the site.

I hope you can head over and give it a listen!

I’ve also written posts on both of these topics if you’d prefer reading about them.
Here’s my post on the Doolittle Raid,
and here’s the one on The Battle of the Coral Sea.

Thank you for stopping by!


8 thoughts on “The Doolittle Raid and The Battle of the Coral Sea on Our American Stories”

  1. Great job with an interesting topic. My own introduction to the subject of the Doolittle Raid–and a springboard into my interest in military history–was as a grade school student when I read Ted Lawson’s firsthand account of the event in Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo.

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    1. Thank you!
      Ooh, I’ve heard the title but have not read it- another one to add to the list! It’s always interesting to hear which events or books first caught people’s interest in history-thanks for sharing. I have a couple of kids in class who’ve got the history bug. I try to keep pushing good books their way!


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