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Jeannine Burk was liberated in 1944. Her mother retrieved her and brought her home. [Annotator's Note: Burk, a Jewish...
Marigold McNeely and her sister Jennifer had been invited by an American officer named Captain Richardson [Annotator's...
Marigold McNeely was trained to work on the Bombe machine at Bletchley. It was mandatory to be at least five foot, four...
Carroll Knutson and his crew were leading the high squadron of a three squadron bombing group. Their target was a...
After George McGovern landed safely on Vis [Annotator's Note: the island of Vis, Croatia], the other nine men in his...
David Olson and his outfit [Annotator’s Note: the 87th Armored Field Artillery Battalion] went through Camp Shanks en...
After Carrol Joy arrived in England, he was sent by train to Ashford Kent. They may have been the closest base to the...
Carl Peterson doesn't know how the war changed him. He has his own views on how things should be. His wife gets on him...
Norman Mineta and his family were transferred to the Japanese-American internment camp at Heart Mountain, Wyoming [...
Robert Fisch witnessed in the camps an older man talking to the younger people. He personally did not "give a damn"...
[Annotator's Note: Robert L. Williams served in the Army as a paratrooper in Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th...
Edward Stone and the USS Bumper (SS-333) joined Submarine Squadron Five in the Philippines. The squad was classified as...
Robert Fulton was transported on the amphibious Landing Ship Dock, or LSD, USS Ozark (LSV-2). It was a slow voyage to...
John LeBure knew that work was being reduced so he left the company [Annotator's Note: Higgins Industries in New...
After the war, George Griffenhagen went back to pharmacy school. He went to Fresno State for one year then went to the...
Robert Fulton retired as a rear admiral from the Navy 23 years after returning home in 1945. He served in Washington, D...
Glen Jostad reveals the terrors of dreams he suffered resulting from his years of being a prisoner of war held by the...
Manfred Klepper and his parents were on the water for no more than three hours before his mother and father became...
Dawn Higgins Murphy feels that her father [Annotator's Note: Murphy was the daughter of Andrew Jackson Higgins, the...
Henry A. Tacket lost several jobs during the Depression because positions were limited for amateur radio operators. A...
James White obtained a different outlook on life as a result of the war. He knew he had to pursue an education. He...
After the end of the war in Europe, Carrol Joy began to see people released to go home. He did know how many points he...
Wilbur Rogers laughs at remembering the reward for picking up a downed pilot: ice cream. For each man a ship picked up...
Robert Marovelli arrived in San Francisco with his uniform a shambles, and the orders for new clothes had been fouled....
Richard Witaker had a memorable experience after the campaign for Okinawa was over and the island was declared secured...
Jack Beverstein was deployed to Samar in the Philippines. He was bivouacked in a tent in a cemetery. He liked the...
Leslie Aigner was working on a six foot thick concrete roof when a man fell in the steel reinforcement structure while...
Reva Kibort arrived at a large orphanage which housed about 200 children of multiple faiths. She arrived at Marks...
Calvin Moret saw about half of his Tuskegee flight class dropout of training. That was about on par with that of the...
Constance Negrotto heard about the PBY job from the high school principal at Rabouin [Annotator’s Note: the PBY...