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- GI Bill 5
- World War II 2
- 7 Papile brothers in World War II 1
- Ann Smith Ted's big sister 1
- Anna Papile 1 46 more
- Bethlehem School 1
- Boston English High School Class of 1949 1
- Chick's Barber Shop 1
- Control Engineering 1
- Fore River Shipyard 1 11 more
- Asheville 1
- Dorchester MA 1
- Franklin Field Dorchester MA 1
- Hawaii Submarine base 1
- Hingham 1 18 more
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My 90-year-old grandpa talks about his experience in WWII on the east coast as a post-high school graduate. He mentions the G.I. Bill, the draft and volunteering, how it affected him, and his views on the atomic bomb.
Reminiscing on the draft, WWII, post-war America, and the GI Bill. How a young artist journeyed out of the war and onto the bustling streets of Manhattan.
A brief interview with Ed Dunn, a Marine in the late 1950’s. Within our conversation, we discussed where he was stationed, life for him as a Marine, segregation, and how the Marines shaped him as a person and how he...
Influenced by his big brother, Ted Smith has had a life-long fascination with electronics. He discusses his work as a Korean-conflict US Navy radio operator, his career in communication & navigation technology and his ongoing work as a ham radio...
Ralph Papile, one of 16 siblings, learned barbering on GI bill, raised 4 children with wife Anna, & is going strong as he nears his 90th birthday.