For Beyond 50’s “History” talks, listen to an interview with Jeffrey Miller. He’ll describe one of the most pivotal moments when a group of young, idealistic Americans banded together during World War I to become part of Herbert Hoover’s CRB – the Commission for Relief in Belgium. It’s an incredible story of massive food relief. The Germans refused to feed the Belgians and Northern French trapped behind their lines, and starvation on a huge scale was imminent. The CRB Americans, referred to as “delegates,” worked with the CN to ensure shipments of food made their way to the citizens without confiscation by the Germans. Saved from starvation were more than 9 million people, equaling the 9 million soldiers who lost their lives in the trenches and killing fields of the war. Tune in to Beyond 50: America’s Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and sustainable lifestyle. Visit Beyond 50 Radio (https://www.Beyond50Radio.com) and sign up for our Exclusive Updates.
Listen to 21 minute interview at Talkshoe.