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Dr. Warren Minami, National Japanese American Memorial Foundation (NJAMF) Chair Emeritus, recounts his early life experience at the Gila River, Arizona incarceration camp and its impact on him and his family, including their later involvement with Asian American causes. Unedited...
Interview with the grandchildren on her life in Romania, Argentina, Uruguay, and the United States.
Lorna Brown, lifelong Vermonter, talks about her experience growing up during WWII and differences between her life and the lives of her grandchildren
Betty Perritt on Going to Portland with Her Friend to work in a Defense Plant When They Were 18
This was an interview I did with my Grandmother Verna (aka Moogie)
Her family left Germany in 1934 when she was 2. Eva's journey of discovery & passion for social justice began in the American South; then she found shared values at Antioch College and with the U.U.community...
Judith Sapper (61) interviews her mother, Mildred Sapper (92), about life during the 1940s.
Susan interviews her mother, Louise (who has stage 4 Lung Cancer) about her childhood, her career, and memories of her husband.
Mitzi Miyoshi (48) interviews her uncle, Sam Terasaki (83) about his WWII experience in the Japanese-American and Hawaiian 442nd Infantry Regiment.
Memories of the Cocoanut Grove Fire, his POW experience in WWII, and, throughout a love of family
I interviewed my grandfather in order to learn more about his experience living in a Japanese internment camp during WWII.
On December 7, 1941, 2,403 Americans died when hundreds of Japanese fighter planes attacked the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor in Oahu, Hawaii. After convincing his mother to sign his enlistment papers, Frank Curre joined the Navy at...
Renee Cirimelli recounts her childhood while under German duress, her transition into American culture, and how she met her husband in the United States.
Sono Begert (née Nishimura) travelled from Japan to Europe in 1939, just as World War II began.
This is a first-person account of what a young Iowa farm boy experienced after the escort carrier he was stationed on was sunk and the harrowing 48 hours spent floating in the Pacific Ocean before being rescued.
From garage in Australia to a home in Cenrtal Illinois, to aprtment on Antwerp to a continuing life care community in California ... and many places in between.
Susan Gamson, 66, is interviewed by her son, Michael Gamson, 41.
World War Two veteran and longtime Watsonville native, Al Hopson tells of his time in the United States Army Air Corps (now called the US Air Force). He enlisted in February of 1943 on his eighteenth birthday. His intention was...