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Thanksgiving 2015 interview at Glen Meadows Retirement community discussion with Phillip Robert Laatsch. Includes conversation about growing up in Wisconsin, Wisconsin cheese & milk, driving a big rig truck, living and raising a family in Fallston, Harford County, MD. Progress...
All about World War II, growing up, what life was like in the 1950s and on.
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, a grandson talks with his 98-year-old grandfather about his childhood, his Bronze Star service in Italy during WW2, and adapting to life after service
At age 98, a veteran of World War II talks with his grandson about his childhood in the South, his experiences in the war, receiving the Bronze Star, and adapting to life after service
We talked about what it was like growing up during World War 2 and what her childhood was like in Tiptonville.
Ethan Jones conducts an interview with Charles Ebb Rand about his life from early child hood to now.
World War Two veteran and longtime Watsonville native, Al Hopson tells of his time in the United States Army Air Corps (now called the US Air Force). He enlisted in February of 1943 on his eighteenth birthday. His intention was...
Uncle Sammy spoke about his young life with his parents and grandparents and a bit about WW2 experience
I interviewed my mother about my grandfathers post war experience. It was very interesting to hear about his experiences.
His life living under Mussolini and the Nazis in his town in Italy, and moving to the United States.
We talked about what it was like during WW2, what my great grandfather did in WW2, and what her childhood was like.
My zayda joe Abrams is 92 years old, was a ww2 vet, and grew up in south philly and is super interesting. He also worked on pilotless aircraft in the 40s which eventually became the modern drone program
Grandpa talking about WW2 and business. Also talks about his childhood and his parents.
My grandma was in 1941 and she grew up during WW2. And she remembers seeing soldiers walk down the roads to the nearest fort. Her husband Robert (Bob) is a focal point of her life. And she lived in Louisiana.
“It is a lovely thing to live with courage and to die leaving behind an everlasting renown.”- Alexander the Great. This is precisely what every Hungarian man, woman, and child thought at 4:00 on October 23, 1956 when the Soviets...
Today we talked with my grandfather about his experience with being in the army during world war two.
Martha Doody, 89 yrs old, remembers her parents Frank & Nellie. Martha, the younest child of 4, survives her 3 siblings; Jane, Helen & Joe
World War II, coming to America, family life
Hollis Goff a ww2 veteren. Creator of the north Cascade highway. Father, grandfather, and great grandfather.