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Bob Abrams, now a volunteer in the national office of Presbyterian Men, talks about his long and varied history with the church and his 70-year marriage to wife Wanda.
We chatted about life in the 1930’s from childhood memories of schooldays, ballfields and old radio shows, onto the declaration of war over the airwaves on Dec. 8th,1941. Memories of Grandpa and his athleticism and meeting Grandma at Stiehl’s..
Looking back on the world from a 96 year old’s perspective. World War II and life of farming.
The story of my father’s life growing up in the South as an activist during the Civil Rights movement.
During WW2 Arnold Duevel wrote almost 800 letters to Margaret, his sweetheart and later wife of 72 years. Arnold talks with his son, Len, of his experiences in the European Theater.
William “Bill” Robinson Bagby served in the Army Air Corps with his twin brother Robert “Bob” Bagby during WWII. They were radio operators on B-17s and B-29s.
Arly talks about her school years in Watertown, Minnesota. grades 1-12, 1938-1951
Kayla and Marisa tell us about their great grandfather in WWII
Grandfather describes his investigations while in the Army from October 1940 to June 30th 1966
Reflections on being an immigrant, approaching age 88, WWII, parenting
Grandpa Juster tells us about the events leading to him enlisting, what his time in the Navy was like and how it was to return.
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
In March of 1945 Remagen was the last bridge standing across the Rhine, all the others having been destroyed by German forces. A pivotal World War II event, the battle to protect the bridge from destruction by German forces allowed...
WWII veteran talking briefly about his experience during battle of the bulge.
WWII and Battle of the Bugle veteran
Jane begins with the story of her daughter Suzanne’s birth. She then shares about her early life.
Remembering life in wartime England, children who were evacuated, and what brought Jews from Germany to England during WWII
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
I talked with my 101 year old Grandmother (born 5/21/18) about aging, life, family and love.
Kenny Shold grew up in Port Townsend, Washington and talks about his life growing up, trapping then moving to Seattle to attend school at University of Washington just to be shipped off to war in 1941.
My grandma’s father worked as a scientist for the Manhattan project at Hanford, WA. This is the story of my grandma’s relationship with her father and the complications that occurred because of it.