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Fred Bronfin adjusted easily to military life but felt he was losing time in his career. To differentiate between...
Harry Carlson stayed with his crew for the remainder of the war. The crew came from a wide range of states and...
Horace Sharp and his unit [Annotator's Note: Company B, 1st Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division]...
Mildred Bonvillian Aupied was born in Bayou Black near Houma in Terrebonne Parish [Annotator’s Note: south of New...
Robert Fulton had been brought to Japan to be interrogated by the Japanese Navy general staff in a camp called Ōfuna....
Andrew Kiniry reached Hohra and then entered into Buchenwald. The sights in the concentration camp were unbelievable....
Lorraine Mesken said people were eager to participate in victory gardens and bond drives. They felt it was their duty....
Rosemary Elfer does not recall having any real issues while she was in the service. One issue that occurred at the end...
Robert Lewis Curl was born in 1925 in Warrior, Alabama. He had two brothers and one sister. All his siblings were...
Constance Negrotto was born on 8 August 1924 to Ralph and Inez Hinkel. When she was five years old, the family moved to...
While Robert Max was on the Mauretania, zig zagging across the Atlantic, he knew there were German submarines in the...
Constance Negrotto and her friend Dorothy Toups worked at a hospital after her shift at the PBY plant [Annotator’s Note...
John E. Johnson described accommodations on the APD [Annotator's Note: Johnson served aboard the high speed transport...
In late April [Annotator's Note: April 1944], they [Annotator's Note: Harold Baumgarten and the rest of the 29th...
Basil Woolf was in England moving around different coasts before they came into some work. They were preparing for...
George McGovern also read the Stars and Stripes, the Bible, and various newspapers. He sent home most of what he was...
George Joseph Bertucci felt the war improved him because he furthered his education afterwards. He had ambition to do...
Barbara Butler's first installation was on Leyte. Her living quarters were very close to the beach where General...
Harry Bell ended up in IX-B [Annotator's Note: Stalag IX-B in Bad Orb, Germany]. In the camp was a man who Bell...
Upon arrival his at Auschwitz, Leslie Aigner saw Doctor Mengele [Annotator's Note: Doctor Josef Mengele chose who lived...
Barbara Butler wrote home frequently. She tried to explain to her family what she was going through and to reassure...