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06 August 2017

Listen to Bill O’Reilly’s The Day the World Went Nuclear for the 72nd Anniversary of the Atomic Bombings

In Bill O’Reilly’s newest audiobook, he takes a break from his classic “Killing” series and explores the top secret Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bombs. O’Reilly takes the listener inside the mind of some of the 20th century’s most important people and delves at the reasoning behind the events that lead to the dropping of bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The listener is engaged by O’Reilly’s style to personalize monumental figures of history as he shows them, in great detail, what they were like and how they acted. Robert Petkoff’s narration makes each character come alive as the historical narrative is forming. This spellbinding historical text will show the listener the process by which the United States changed the world through a weapon, and continue to change it, many decades later, into the present. Listen to an audiobook excerpt of Bill O’Reilly’s The Day the World Went Nuclear, read to you by Robert Petkoff:

 

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