Shared Stories of World War II

Ravage

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I love meeting WW2 vets. Such heroic men. I was at Subway about a week ago and there was a WW2 vet sitting down with his wife. I walked over because I noticed his hat had something about General Patton and the Army and informed me he had served 3 years with Patton. Sad I don't see more of these men around.
 

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Florida State University has an oral history program designed to preserve these incredible stories. The Florida State University oral history collection began in 1969 under the direction of Professor Edward F. Keuchel. Renamed the Reichelt (Rye-kelt) Program for Oral History in 1999, the program honors the memory and generous support of history Professor Emeritus Wallace Ward Reichelt. The collection documents the history of Florida State College for Women (1905-1947) and Florida State University, the City of Tallahassee, and the State of Florida. In 1995, the program expanded to include military experiences, with a timely emphasis on veterans and civilian personnel involved in World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam. Our areas of interest include military service as well as all lifetime experiences of the wars.

http://www.fsu.edu/~ohp/
 
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