‘We’ll Meet Again’ begins a second season of historic and memorable reunions

Explore a second season of history’s most dramatic events through the personal stories of those who lived through them.

“We’ll Meet Again,” hosted by journalist Ann Curry, shares stories of courage, hope, survival and love. The show brings together people whose lives intersected during turbulent times to now reveal powerful bonds between people who, against the odds, reunite with those who transformed their lives.

Join us each Tuesday at 7 p.m. for a journey of hope, searching for clues in marriage records and war and immigration documents, and combing archives to reunite those separated by time, distance and circumstance.

Nov. 13

“Saved in Vietnam” – Two Vietnam veterans search for the heroes who saved them. An Army officer searches for the helicopter pilot who rescued him, while another soldier wants to reconnect with the surgeon who saved his leg from amputation. Watch via Passport.

Nov. 20

“Surviving the Holocaust” – One survivor wants to find the friend he left behind when he didn’t move to Israel; the other hopes an old photo will reunite him with his first friend. Watch via Passport.

Dec. 18

“Great Alaskan Earthquake” – Two Alaskans try to track down childhood friends who also survived the state’s massive 1964 earthquake. A woman wants to thank a friend and her mom from shielding her from harm and a man searches for a Little League teammate. Watch online.

Dec. 25

“Korean War Brothers in Arms” – Korean War veterans search for their brothers in arms. One wants to show his gratitude to two lieutenants who inspired him to be brave in battle, and the other hopes to thank a friend who boosted his spirits aboard a hospital ship. Watch online.

Jan. 1

“Escape from Cuba” – Two men search for those who helped them settle in the U.S. when they fled Castro’s Cuba. Watch online.

Jan. 8

“The Fight for Women’s Rights” (8 p.m.) — Two women search for friends and colleagues who forged a path for equal rights. One of the first female commercial pilots wants to thank her mentor, and an advocate hopes to find the woman who inspired her to join a movement. Watch online.




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