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[Annotator's Note: A woman off camera interjects throughout this segment.] Mary Julia Tarnow never felt any friction...
[Annotator's Note: The interviewer begins this clip by asking Elfriede Clausen about the bombing of Dresden, Germany.]...
John Scott Campbell's duties were complicated but simple. On a Liberty ship [Annotator's Note: a class of quickly...
Verna White's first assignment was at Camp Pendleton [Annotator's Note: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in San Diego...
Frank Pantuso was born in November 1925 in San Antonio, Texas. He says his mother and father worked hard to support the...
Wallace McKay was born in May 1925 on a snowy morning in Brainerd, Minnesota. He grew up on a farm outside the city as...
Robert Louis Curl was born in 1925 in Warrior, Alabama. He had two brothers and one sister. All his siblings were older...
Linda Hope was born in 1939 [Annotator’s Note: She is the daughter of Bob and Dolores Hope]. She never realized the...
Roy Joseph Moss was born in March 1922 in West Point, Utah. His grandparents had crossed the plains in 1847 and settled...
Major L. Cohn was born in Manhattan, New York in October 1927. He grew up in Brooklyn during the difficult times of the...
William Goldsborough was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in January 1926 and grew up in the rural community of...
Paul Rothenheber was born in September 1925 in Lorsch, Germany. He left Germany when he was two years old. His parents...
Carlos V. Reed was born in December 1923 in Los Angeles, California. He was an only child. Before he was one year old,...
Richard Notebaert was born in January 1920 in Rochester, New York. He was youngest of the four children of a bridge and...
Gordon Higgins was born in February 1924 in New Haven, Connecticut, one of two sons who lived with their mother and...
Robert Mayes knew the end of the war was impending when the Germans were trying to surrender to his unit [Annotator's...
At the end of the battle [Annotator's Note: Iwo Jima, Japan], Louis R. Lepore was brought back to the beach and given a...
[Annotator's Note: Paul Arst and the interviewer discuss some of his old comrades and their current whereabouts.] One...
Howard Genrich was on a stretcher when he was loaded onto a C-47 [Annotator's Note: Douglas C-47 cargo aircraft]...
Erico J. Catalano enjoyed being in England and meeting the local people. It was very pleasant. When the infantry troops...
George Alaniz is from New Mexico. He was there when the draft started, and he decided to volunteer for the Army for one...
[Annotator's Note: The interviewer asks the interviewee what the military nurses did for socializing during their war...
Loren Bennett went to boot camp at Great Lakes [Annotator's Note: Naval Station Great Lakes in Lake County, Illinois]....
After his brother was drafted into the infantry, Donald F. Goyette was accompanied by his parents when he went off for...
James "Jim" Geisler reached England [Annotator's Note: in November 1944] and then spent time in France, Belgium and...
Winter started and around October or November [Annotator's Note: October or November 1944] and Irving Baum [Annotator's...
Luke Layton McLaurine, Jr. and the others heard the guns approaching the camp [Annotator's Note: Stalag Luft III in...
In the prison of war camp [Annotator’s Note: Stalag XVII-B, Krems, Austria], Virgil Faust learned to play the card game...
As a radar man, Ogden Saik was trained to destroy his equipment in the presence of an officer in the event of the ship'...
James Shelton Scales did not think about his family much, except that he missed his wife and daughter. His wife wrote...
Mildred "Jean" Liparoto had nephews being drafted or who volunteered. Four nephews were in and there might have been...
Vaughn Whitworth remembers celebrating V-J Day [Annotator's Note: Victory Over Japan Day, 15 August 1945]. He felt that...
Susumas Ito and his regiment [Annotator's Note: Ito was an instrument sergeant in the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion,...
Samuel Spector felt that the Kachins were on a friendly basis but not strictly military disciplined. It was more a team...
[Annotator's Note: Maynard David served in the USAAF as a bombardier on Boeing B-29 Superfortress very heavy bombers in...
Eduardo Alberto Peniche Carvajal was tremendously excited in participating in D-Day. He remarks that although Utah...

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