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- World War II 1287
- memories of growing up 445
- personal experiences 435
- memories of former times 357
- Spouse 335 7,554 more
Mary Shumar (56) interviews her father, Pat Engelberg (95), about his childhood, meeting her mother and his advice for his great-grandchild. Pat talks about why he has had a good life.
Michael DiSalvo, 45, eldest son of Frank DiSalvo, 73, interviews his father about fatherhood and his advice for Michael's children.
June Shoemaker, 97, talks with her granddaughter about her experience living in a tuberculosis hospital in 1949-1950, her letters to her WWII boyfriend, and life as one of nine girls on a farm near Dayton, Pa, in the 1930s.
My grandmother told me about her experiences in Egypt as a young woman and also talked about my mom and her experience raisning my mom
This is an interview about my dad and his relationship to his father. He speaks of my grandpa’s escape from the Nazis during World War 2 and about our Jewish roots.
We talked about her experience of immigrating to the United States from Belgium and how that has impacted her life.
My grandma talked about her childhood, family stories, her grandpa, and how she became a Delta Gamma.
I interviewed my grandmother Shannon Duplantis about our ancestors and stories.
Captain James Kirk spoke to me about his childhood, his time in the military, and how being a prisoner of war shaped his life.
We discussed life in Germany before WWII, coming to America as a Jewish immigrant, and experiences as a Jew in Germany and America.
We talked about her life as a child and how it was different from other children.
Bob Gang at 99 years old talks about his childhood, his education, and war service.
This is a interview featuring my Grandmother Carmen Abellera. We talk about life, family, and her faith.
Fritzie Turner tells me about her childhood in Fort Smith, her marriage, WWII, her divorce and going back to school to get a degree.
We discussed Dufour’s young life, his life during WWII, our ancestry, and his family.