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Lois tells stories about growing up in South Dakota, studying journalism and her many carriers throughout her life.
Elizabeth Tilles (89) talks to her granddaughter Rebecca Tilles (21) and friend Susan Goldstein (66) about her life growing up in Germany and working as a nurse during World War II.
Bess talks about what a wonderful life she has had and how much she has loved her husband.
We talked about her life and some of the things that she experienced during her life that influenced our country’s history and some questions about her.
May Brill, 1st generation American, fought for the United States in WWII, leaving a legacy of Love and remembrance. At 93 years old, she is New Jersey’s Chairman of Women in the Military, and championing the rights of all women.
In this interview I asked a series of questions to my grandmother.
I interviewed my grandpa about the pows that worked on his childhood farm
Life as it was some time ago
I never how much my grandfather’s identity as an immigrant affected his whole life. On December 27th 2019 in Sanibel Island, Florida, my grandpa Abel Friedman (83) and I discussed his childhood immigrating from Poland to the US. Abel talked...
In this interview I talked to my grandma about her childhood and her family that came to America.
John Dolan on growing up in Detroit. His detailed stories of life before World War Two. As well as the Great Depressions impact on him. As well as his personal story of enlistment in the war.
“My grandmother didn’t want to leave, and my mother, very bravely at age 24 went back to Prague and got her mother and her younger sister Mimi out of Prague with great difficulty… on the last train before Hitler marched...
Walter schoenheim was born in 1930 and came to United States as a teenager. He served in the Air Force and worked as a manager at Volkswagen for many years.
During my interview we talked about a lot of things including his childhood, school, his wife, his parents and etc. He told me a lot of things that I didn’t know about him and it was very interesting.
I asked questions regarding my grandmother's life all throughout the 20th century
Our families influence us in so many ways. Some loving and some challenging. It is what we make of what we experience that creates the tenatiius, creative and capable people we are today.
Donald “Doc” Prahlow reflects on how his 91 years have shaped him into the great-grandfather he is today. He shares Depression-era lessons with his future descendants.
Wayne Taylor, grandpa, talks about family, work, war, and career. He has an unconditional love for his kids, wife, and grandkids.
We mostly talked about her family and how life was for her growing up.