‘The Ghost Army:’ WWII’s Masters of Deception

Sunday, May 26 at 6 p.m.

Dive into the extraordinary tale of deception and ingenuity with “The Ghost Army,” a captivating documentary that explores one of World War II’s most intriguing secret missions. This film uncovers the story of a top-secret United States Army unit whose mission was to deceive the enemy with elaborate tactics of illusion, involving inflatable tanks, sound effects, and fake radio transmissions.

Comprised of artists, engineers, and actors, these brave soldiers created illusions that saved countless lives and helped shift the tide of the war in the Allies’ favor. Using interviews with veterans, archival footage, and expert commentary, “The Ghost Army” brings to life the incredible true stories of these unsung heroes whose efforts remained classified for decades.

Don’t miss “The Ghost Army” set for Sunday, May 26.

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