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Second part of talking to Grandpa Skip after microphone cut out
Dirk arrived in the US from Germany as a baby, but then went back to Germany. He returned again in 1977 as a teenager and had a different experience.
Oma (Ilse Katz) talking about days in Germany with her family
During this interview I discussed with my mother about our ancestors, and her grandparents, as well as some of her teenage memories and life lessons she has learned.
During this interview me and my Grandmother talked about her childhood, as well as her professionss, and what she would like future generations to think of her and advice they should know from her.
This interview was recorded on Thanksgiving 2018 in the Spence living room. The interview included my mom Kim, and myself. She had discussed what living in different places during her childhood was like as well as some of her favorite...
I interview my Gramma and she told me her thoughts, memories and experiences in the past.
Although aligned with different parties, One Small Step conversation partners Jeff Chamberlain (61) and Jay Brown (49) connect on some of their more moderate stances, their thoughts on healthcare, and their hopes for the country's future.
Interview with my 93 year old father. His Christmas at 10 years old.
Levi Lamberjack Speaking with Cliff Terry, a Vietnam Special Forces Veteran. Warning; Graphic Language.
This is a interview with my great grandfather, Joseph Grain.
Linda Gorham (58) tells her friend Gwendolyn Hilary (68) about being a professional storyteller. She also talks about what she learned from her grandfather who was a Pullman Porter, her passion for golf and how she learned about race in...
This is the story of how life was for her and her family during late and post World War Two.
We talked about his childhood and his military past, as well as a few parts inbetween.
I interviewed my oma who was an immigrant from Yugoslavia. We talked about her struggles coming over to the new country and how she grew up.
Grandfather describes his investigations while in the Army from October 1940 to June 30th 1966