18 November, 2017

World War II Interviews

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Alexander, James USMC Bar-Man Andrews, Rev. Army Inf. France Angier, Francis B-17 Pilot 33 Missions Angier, Francis B-17 Pilot POW Bahlau, Fred 101st Airborne Bakker, Amy Java under Japanese rule Bavier, Don Army POW Japan Beal, Harold USN Omaha Beach 12 Hrs. D-Day Black, Bob 82nd Airborne 4 combat jumps Bleil, Eugene MD Bataan Death […]

Angier, Francis

Posted on 4 October, 2012 by in ,

J. Francis Angier born in 1923. I interviewed him twice because he had such an interesting story and told it so well. The first hour of the interview we discussed his training in the US to become a B-17 pilot. He was sent to England after training where he was attached to the 8th Air […]

Andrews, Rev. E.B.

Posted on 4 October, 2012 by in ,

Rev. E.B. Andrews, was in the 103 Inf. Div. 411 Reg. Intelligence and Recon Platoon. He was an infantryman in France in 1944 and fought in the Voeges Mts.  Sgt. Andrews is the only man of the 105 men that I have on DVD who volunteered to go to the Pacific Theater of Operations when the War in […]

Alverez, Tillie

Posted on 4 October, 2012 by in ,

Ms. Tillie Alverez  was born in 1919. She enlisted in the US Coast Guard and was stationed in Washington DC at the Commandant of the Coast Guard.

Alexander, Jim

Posted on 4 October, 2012 by in ,

Jim Alexander, born Mar. 1917. He enlisted in the US Marine Corps 4th Div. 23rd Reg. 2nd Battalion, F Co. Jim was a BAR man, which stands for Browning Automatic Rifle. It was a 30cal. automatic rifle and was very heavy, about 20 lbs. without ammo. Jim was at a very little known tragedy in […]