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After being wounded in Belgium, Bradford Clark Freeman was sent back to England and didn't return to his company [...
Earl Roger Liston found refuge with the 3rd Armored Division in Eupen, Belgium [Annotator's Note: after he avoided...
In April 1945, Edward Bonfoy Giller, Jr. was wounded and was recovering in the hospital. He was given penicillin by...
Morris Eugene Day ended up in the Ruhr Pocket [Annotator's Note: a massive Allied encirclement of German forces in the...
Milton Moxon was evacuated to a military hospital in England after being severely wounded in Germany. He remained there...
Wayne McKinnon Gilmore was working in an office helping with transfer lists to send Marines back to the United States...
[Annotator's Note: A person off camera comments in the background throughout this clip.] Harry A. Donovan did not...
Bernard Brown and his outfit [Annotator's Note: Company I, 3rd Battalion, 410th Infantry Regiment, 103rd Infantry...
Patrick Russell remained at Okinawa until June 1945. His carrier [Annotator's Note: USS Tulagi (CVE-72)] sailed to Guam...
Ed Rendelman found that just surviving the war was the best experience he had in the combat. Seeing those wounded...
Asked if he had interacted with any of the Russians, Francis Resta remembered working with them to gather the displaced...
Angelo Ciotta was between Camp LeJeune [Annotator's Note: Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina...
Malcolm Johnson had been a civilian contractor on Wake Island when he was wounded and taken prisoner by the Japanese....
[Annotator's Note: William Smith was shot down while attacking Kavieng, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.] They were on...
The first weapon William J. Twigger had when he entered the Marine Corps was the Springfield rifle [Annotator's Note: ....
Velma Theriot Plaisance knew Higgins was hiring women so she went there for work [Annotator’s Note: she left Delta...
After the battle ended, Ira Schilling and his unit [Annotator's Note: Company L, 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment,...
William Wayne ran into a corpsman who was sitting with a guy who was wounded in the stomach. Wayne told them they could...
Malcolm Johnson had been a civilian contractor on Wake Island when he was wounded and taken prisoner by the Japanese....
Henry Langrehr was working in the mine the first day and he was sent work with an old Czech [Annotator's Note:...
Chester David spent time after the war working as a truck driver in occupied Germany. He hauled firewood into Berlin [...
William Wayne has two bad memories of Iwo [Annotator's Note: Iwo Jima, Japan]. The first was going across open land and...
[Annotator's Note: The interviewer asks Edward Zarger what his worst battle was.] The day he was wounded in the leg, 6...
After the Battle of the Bulge they went into combat in Germany where John Caponigro was wounded again. After being...
Harper Harvey Coleman got a swollen arm from a tree burst and was sent back to England [Annotator's Note: 17 November...
[Annotator's Note: James Albert Kitts took part in the Battle of the Bulge or German Ardennes Counter Offensive, 16...
In December [Annotator's Note: December 1945], the Germans made their last effort to break through the Allied lines in...
William J. Twigger saw very little fighting at Sugar Loaf [Annotator's Note: The Battle of Sugar Loaf Hill, 12 May to...
After the D-Day invasion [Annotator's Note: D-Day; the Allied invasion of Normandy, France on 6 June 1944], William "...
The first time George Wesley McGee and the 109th Evacuation Hospital set up their temporary hospital was near Saint-Lo...
James A. Griffis [Annotator's Note: with Company H, 2nd Battalion, 414th Infantry Regiment, 104th Infantry Division]...
Billy P. Bassett and his unit [Annotator's Note: 11th Armored Division] headed into combat during the Battle of the...
James Wilson landed in Wellington, New Zealand [Annotator's Note: on 11 July 1942] and it was cold and raining. They [...
One night, as Richard Jaccarino was sleeping under his poncho, the Japanese counterattack began. Just below their...
The advance was uphill in a wooded area when Francis Resta's platoon [Annotator's Note: Resta served in the weapons...
Arthur Albertson did not get as far behind the line [Annotator's Note: the German line] as he thought he could. He got...

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