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Coleen Landry's father was an air raid warden and drills would be held weekly. His job included making sure there were...
Around the time of the Battle of the Bulge [Annotator's Note: Battle of the Bulge or German Ardennes Counter Offensive...
Mitchell Zimmer attended boot camp at Newport, Rhode Island. He went to special training in San Diego. He was assigned...
At Wendover, there was a base regulation stating that there was never to be any ammunition present in an aircraft until...
While in the service, Benigno Martinez carried no weapons. It was not permitted. A medic did take over a machine gun...
As a result of a court-martial, John Foy's rank was reduced to corporal just before his discharge. He was a staff...
James Livaudais knew when he was given an order, he had to respond. When the man in front stepped off, the next...
Vernon Alexander got into trouble prior to getting into combat. He had been practicing field stripping his machine gun...
Herbert Stern and his unit [Annotator's Note: 325th Field Artillery Battalion, 84th Infantry Division] left the Bulge [...
James Weller and his outfit [Annotator’s Note: the 62nd Armored Field Artillery battalion] passed through Aachen and...
Leo William Schmittgens recalled the first day on Okinawa [Annotator's Note: 1 April 1945], his regiment [Annotator's...
Robert Dickinson's fourth patrol [Annotator's Note: aboard the USS Queenfish (SS-393)] included the sad story of the...
The Battle of the Driniumor River ended in August of 1944 after the Japanese 18th Army had been completely decimated....
To William Lansford, all campaigns had goofy things happen. The first time he went out by himself he had been warned of...
[Annotator's Note: Gerard Dillon was wounded in France.] Dillon was in the hospital from June to September [Annotator's...
After the Battle of the Bulge, Edward "Babe" Heffron continued fighting into Alsace-Lorraine then Dusseldorf and on to...
As a torpedoman on the USS Conyngham (DD-371), William Anderson's general quarters station was the starboard torpedo...
Lowell Hughes was about an hour late for the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp by the 45th Infantry Division...
[Annotator’ Notes: This clip begins with an individual talking on a telephone. A telephone rings at 2:48:22.00 and a...
Theodore Skare was on Morotai which the Japanese had invaded originally. The Americans took it back, occupying about a...
Patrick Russell made the reports on the 20 or 25 accidents sustained by aircraft in January [Annotator's Note: 1945]....
Clarence Schilperoot returned home by train after reaching the United States. He had a reunion with his parents upon...
George Peto has doubts about the mental toughness of today's generation and its ability to wage a war as deadly and...
After the war, Jack Buckner used the G.I. Bill to go to school. His first child was born, and he was having a tough...
Basil Woolf was in England moving around different coasts before they came into some work. They were preparing for...
James Gaffney got into trouble in Cartagena [Annotator’s Note: Cartagena, Colombia]. Some of the crew was driven in a...
John Foy wanted to mention something about the quartermasters. They were mostly black units, relegated to unloading...
While in training at Camp Lejeune, Sammy Ray would visit his wife [Annotator's Note: Charlotte (Parr) Ray] in Norfolk...
Sterling Cale was assigned to recover the dead from the Arizona [Annotator's Note: USS Arizona (BB-39)] after the...
Benigno Martinez's point of embarkation was through New York. He returned to the United States aboard the aircraft...
On his return to the United States, Maurice Hackler was stationed at Camp Chaffe, Arkansas. He recieved a 30 day...
Chester Biernacki and the USS Helena (CL-50) participated in several shore bombardments [Annotator's Note: after action...
Claude Shannahan’s unit [Annotator's Note: Company A, 1st Marine Raider Battalion] was relieved and shipped to New...
John Bellecci arrived home [Annotator’s Note: in January 1946 after serving about three months of occupation duty in...
[Annotators Note: The interview begins with John Gibbons and the interviewer discussing what got the interviewer...
William Wayne says Bradley [Annotator's Note: US Navy Pharmacist's Mate 2nd Class John Henry Bradley, known as “Jack”...

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