There are such a wide range of items exhibited in this set that it would be pointless to try and discuss them all. But there is one that stands above all the others for me. It began during Ronald Reagan's trip to Moscow, which Kuralt was attending as a journalist. An older Russian man burst in to the press area wanting to speak to someone from the United States. He relayed an incredible story to Kuralt about his time spent in a German POW camp, next to the American prisoners.
The Russians were treated much more harshly than the Americans, and were dying of starvation. A small group of US soldiers conspired to give them some of their rations, which this man credits for saving his life. Over 40 years later, he still remembered the soldier's names, and gave them to Kuralt. The resulting reunion was incredibly moving.
On The Road With Charles Kuralt Set 2 is definitely as good as the first set was, and is highly recommended.