Clarene Vickery on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day

Clarene Vickery was living in Brookhaven, Mississippi, with her 2-year old son Raymond on D-Day while her husband Captain Raymond E. Vickery was away in the Army preparing to go into France to fight the Nazis. These are her memories...

Reflections on D Day by Roland Dumond

A young man from Maine recounts his memory of delivering army tanks by ship to the beaches of Normandy

WWII – Living History with Jim Becker

Uncle Jim Becker tells his great nephew and great-great nephew about his time in the warin the 101st Airborne Division, including landing on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day in the first wave of infantry, and liberating Dachau prison camp,...

A Summary of the Life of Carl Vaughn (1917-1998)

This interview covers a very small portion of the life of Carl Vaughn. He lived during the depression, served in the merchant marine then in the US Navy during WW II. He served in the Army Air Corps and then...