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No Greater Sacrifice, No Greater Love

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Television & Radio Interviews
New England Cable News (NECN) with RD Sahl
The Norman Mark Show, KNEWS Radio, Palm Springs, CA
“ Books and Authors” with Diane Goshgarian, Comcast Studio, Lawrence, MA
The Oprah Winfrey Show
“ Tri-State Viewpoint,” with Jean Dean, Radio WRVC, Huntington, WV
Newspaper, Magazine & Internet Reviews or Articles
The Baltimore Sun (Susan Baer)
The Boston Globe (Denise Taylor)
The Huntington Herald Dispatch (Bob Withers)
Newton Senior Times (Barbara Brilliant)
Newton Magazine (Shera Smith)
The Newton TAB (Tom Mountain)
Parameters (the US Army War College Quarterly)
Weston Town Crier (Susan Wagner)
Wall Street Journal (Profiles in Retirement, Kristi Essick)
The Twenty-Niner (Newsletter of the 29th Division Association), April, 2004


Filmmaker Max Lewkowicz of GToo Media has produced three documentary films about the lives and deaths of five soldiers who were killed in the Normandy Campaign of World War II, and who are buried in the American Military Cemetary in Normandy, France. Two of these films, "On Their Shoulders" (7 minutes in length) and "Letters," (17 minutes) are part of the continuing permanent daily exhibit at the new Visitors Center dedicated at the Cemetary on June 6, 2007. The third film, "Five: A Journey of Life, Death, and Memory," is a full-length documentary about these same five soldiers, one of whom is Captain Norval Carter, MD, based in part on the book, No Greater Sacrifice, No Greater Love. This longer film is scheduled for release in the spring of 2008. For a description of this film project, see