“Desert Susan”


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  • Nov 7, 2020
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“Desert Susan” is a vintage, erotic, subtly anti-war audio program that was created by Dr. Susan Block and Maximillian Lobkowicz for National Private Radio on WBS-FM in 1990. More than a thousand free cassette tapes of “Desert Susan” were sent to the troops of Desert Shield, Desert Storm and Desert Fox just before and during the first and second American and Allied invasions of Iraq.  Quoting “Desert Susan” in the February 13th, 1991 edition of the Chicago Tribune, columnist Mike Royko writes that in a “sultry voice penetrating the horrors of war… [Desert Susan] comforts, inspires and counsels the troops and generals on their long, lonely mission… bringing them a hot little piece of American pie with a lot of cool whipped cream.”  Over the years, many veterans of the devastating Iraq Wars have let us know how much “Desert Susan” meant to them, and how they will never forget her message of peace and love.