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Margaret King (76) talks with her granddaughter, Lucy King (17), and friends, Kyla Gomez (16) and Ayla Gomez (16), about her experience during the Vietnam War in the United States.
I asked my grandpa about what the 1960’s was like and his opinions on events that happened then
Kathy: 2020-05-27 23:28:00 Kathy Jacquart (53) talks with her mother, Patricia Jacquart, about her life, her education, her teaching career and her thoughts on the covid-19 pandemic. Patricia share fond memories, lessons learned and advice for future generations.
We talked about my grandpas life when he was younger, his experience in the Vietnam War, and his reflections on his life.
My Grandpa joined the military during the Vietnam was. He knew he would be drafted if he hadn’t joined, and was doing everything he could to avoid combat.
We talked about my Grandfather serving in the army and where exactly he served
“My tank was severely broken and instead of giving up, I became the cooking sergeant.” On January 6th, 2020 in Los Angeles, California, Caroline Rehder sat down with her grandfather, Greg Palmer, to hear his experiences from being drafted into...
In this interview we talking about the Vietnam war and how it affected my grandpas life and kind of how it affected life in general as well.
Tom Nelson describes his experience as a Marine Captain in the Vietnam war.
The interviewee was a teenager during the 1950s and 1960s, growing up in a Lutheran family. In this interview he recounts his memories of the Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam War, Apollo 11 mission, and experience in sports.
My niece and I interviewed my father, an Army Airborne vet and retire NYS trooper.
This is an interview of Mary Lapin, a highschool and college student during the 1960s. She shares information about the 1960s culture, civil rights movement, and entertainment.
My grandmother lived during the 60’s and 70’s and she explained the hardships and goods of those time periods
I interviewed my grandmother (Maggie Marshall) who is a psychologist and she talked about her experience in that field especially during the Vietnam War dealing with victims.
In this interview with my great uncle he talks about the experiences his father in law had in the war. He also talked about how the war affected our own country.
The Vietnam war affected Paul in a different way than expected. To ensure he wouldn’t get drafted to war he joined the National armed forces. This made it possible for you to be here today.