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Part 2 of Generation to generation — what can we learn?
My grandmother raised me alongside my mom when I was growing up. With that in mind, interviewing her was the only option.
In this interview, Tuan Cao goes into more detail regarding his refugee screening process and his current perspectives on foreign involvement in the Vietnam War.
My grandma and I spoke about her life in Vietnam through the Vietnam War and how she has to survive through communism. She spoke about the lengths she went through to keep her afloat while her husband was in jail....
Conversation between mother and son, joined midway through by father, touching in her upbringing in Viet-Nam and Europe, how she met her husband, and the most pivotal moment in her life.
interview with my grandfather about his time in the war and his struggles throughout his life.
Reflections from EM3 Larry E. Davidson, E Division Sailor onboard USS DUBUQUE (LPD 8) from 1969-1971.
Speaking with Kimberly Mentzer about her time and remembrance of the 1970’s.
My grandpa’s got in lots of trouble as a kid. My grandpa couldn’t communicate with his family while in the military.
I had a talk with my grandfather about the Vietnam War and his experience in the Navy.
My grandpa talks about his experience with being drafted in the war and how he felt about the United States being involved in the war.
My Aunt Linda talked about her life in the 1960s and how she met my Uncle in 1970.
In this interview me and my grandmother, Ginny Holt, discussed events about her childhood and my parents childhood. She is 76 and lives in Louisville, Kentucky. We then discussed historical events such as 9/11 and the Vietnam War. These events...
An interview with my mother, who was born and raised in Vietnam up until the age of 24. Almost two decades after the Vietnam War, she and her family were finally able to move to the the United States. She...
This is my dad talking about what his life was like from his earliest childhood memories of his family and what it was like during the Vietnam war as a kid.