Documenting History: Oral History Project

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Millions of American people were involved in World War II whether it be in combat or at home; unfortunately, as time progresses, there are less and less veterans that are able to share their stories and experiences. The stories of these veterans are…

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The purpose of this oral history is to acquire a deeper understanding of the infamous battles of Iwo Jima and Saipan as well as the entirety of the Pacific Campaign through an interview with William Mancke. This project aims to extract the emotions,…

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The purpose of this oral history project is to learn about and experience Pearl Harbor through the eyes of Pearl Harbor survivor, Michael (Mickey) Ganitch. The images that Mr. Ganitch witnessed and the emotions that Mr. Ganitch felt on December ?1h,…

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The purpose of this oral history project and interview with Dr. Henry Shetterly is to gather and form a convergence of evidence from primary and secondary sources on World War II and the Pacific Theater. By diving into this project you will be able…

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The primary purpose of this paper is to gain an understanding about the U-2 Spy plane incident along with the preceding and subsequent events surrounding the Cold War. In this interview with Burton L. Gerber, a former Case Officer and Chief of…

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The purpose of this oral history interview with Annmarie Ralston is to collect and preserve a primary source account of fleeing Czechoslovakia as a child refugee. By reading this project, one will gain an insight into a child’s perspective of the…

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The purpose of this Oral History interview with Philip Katz is to collect and preserve a primary source account of a medic in World War II. By reading this project that converges
evidence from multiple sources, one will inquire background…

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The purpose of this oral history project and interview with Kyoko Ikari is to create a primary source document on the Japanese American Internment Camps during World War II. By reading this oral history project, an individual will understand one of…
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