Bill Martensen: The Privateer

Bill Martensen was an American born “privateer” who broke into the dangerous and elitist world of the European Formula Racing Circuit in the 1960’s.

From humble blue-collar beginnings in Detroit, through a stint with the Army in Cold War Germany thwarting neo-Nazis, to running contraband through his military connections in order to fund his racing dreams, Bill schemed, stole, and outwit his way across the Atlantic to garner the attention of Europe’s racing elite.

This is his story... 

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William Meara: Lads Gone Wild

Leaving Ireland to take a break from it all, Will Meara, along with his dear friend Craig, decided to explore the Middle East, traveling to Pakistan, Iran... and after waking up from a blackout, they found themselves in Northern Iraq on the frontlines of the fight against ISIS.

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Amer Shanati: The Red Shawl

Famed Syrian musician and teacher Amer Shanati was forced to flee his home in Syria after several years of war. Amer embarked on a harrowing journey through 10 countries and over 10,000km by foot, truck, and boat, all without a passport. Since arriving safely in the Netherlands three years ago, Amer has become a prominent voice for peace and justice on an international stage.

This is his story.

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