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After being liberated in Warnach, Belgium for the second time, Emile Engles' father went to look at their family home....
Joseph Richard feels that the war means more now to the younger generation than it did after he left it. He meets kids...
Thomas Kingsley's departure for military training was an emotional family event. He had volunteered for the Army...
Joseph Medicine Crow somehow enjoyed war. This is despite some opinions that war is terrible. War allowed him to commit...
Lawrence Yatsu believes that World War 2 should be studied because it is history. He feels it is unfair that Germans...
Walter Broll benefited by the war because it made him an alert man instead of the 18 year old minor he was when he...
John Witmeyer harbored an intense anger toward German soldiers. He punched German prisoners in the face, ran bayonets...
Peter Harry has bad dreams about the war. He goes to meetings and they talk about the Battle of the Bulge and that...
Frank Stewart shows the interviewer a photograph that was taken at the naval hospital in San Diego. Bob Day had also...
Monty Joe Boitnott was wounded when he was bringing supplies on a mule and a mortar shell hit the path. The mule went...
John Witmeyer was first wounded in early July of 1944, just a month after the invasion of Normandy began. He went out...
[Annotator's Note: Charles Radford served in the Army as an infantryman in Company I, 3rd Battalion, 133rd Infantry...
Samuel Jenkins stayed in touch with some of the men he met during the war. He kept in touch with Carlos Fernandez...
[Annotator's Note: This segment begins with John Rogers and the interviewer chatting about Belgium.] John Rogers was...
There was a lot of segregation at the beginning but Lavenia Breaux had the impression that it eased up. Breaux believes...
Maurice Joseph Dugas, Sr. was a machinist mate and electrician on the USS Albermarle (AV-5). Their mission was to test...
Roland Lehker's grandson introduced him to the internet, and he quickly picked up new interests. He began by posting a...
Okinawa is something of a blur in Romus Burgin's mind. Unlike New Britain and Peleliu, battles from which he can...
Louis Conter enjoyed knowing both Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. He enjoyed Bob Hope the most as he was the serviceman's...
Walter Imahara thinks that future generations can learn from the internment of Japanese-Americans. There is a lot of...
Benjamin Carson returned to Kwajalein with other Raiders and with Louis Zamperini [Annotator's Note: Louis S. Zamperini...
[Annotator's Note: Lauren Swinney was a student at Northwestern University and worked as an entertainer for troops...
Richard Baile feels that it is important to teach young people about World War 2 but feels that teaching young people...
Nolan Albarado was in a tent in Rennes, France on Christmas Eve 1944. He volunteered to bake cakes for his company [...
Micha Tomkiewicz fills his time trying to informally study and understand the history of the Holocaust. For him, the...
Melvin Dahlberg finds it hard to point to one experience from the war that is the most memorable. The blast that...
After George McGovern landed safely on Vis [Annotator's Note: the island of Vis, Croatia], the other nine men in his...
Vernon Alexander reached the Siegfried Line in Germany and found it to be sturdier than the Maginot Line. Entering the...
William Greer saw combat and was wounded in Normandy, France shortly after troops exited Utah Beach. His squad leader...
Russell Clark and Company A [Annotator's Note: Company A, 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry...
[Annotator's Note: This clip begins with Frank Stewart showing the interviewer some newspaper clippings that had been...
Keith Renstrom and Amagony [Annotator's Note: unsure of spelling; on Iwo Jima] looked at each other and gave each other...
One of the Japanese jumped out of the tank [Annotator's Note: on Tinian] and Keith Renstrom shot him. He was awarded...
Bob Miksa [Annotator’s Note: Robert Miksa] received the Silver Star, Bronze Star with an arrowhead and the Purple Heart...
While Sterling Mace was positioned north on Okinawa, he would look south and see what appeared to be, and sounded like...
Frank Buschmeier was put into a big room on the first night. All night long guys were coming in and were trying to find...

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