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World War II / Personal Histories #1016714

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 06, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The book compiled at Kendal† at Hanover retirement community in Hanover, New Hampshire that contains the experiences of residents during World War II featured; historical footage shown. [Veteran Clinton GARDNER†- reads the story of his experience at Omaha Beach; recounts witnessing the liberation at Buchenwald concentration camp.] [Mary Mecklin JENKINS†- recalls her experience at a Kansas Air Force base.] [Japanese American Kesa NODA††- tells the story of her father Lafayette Noda†, who spent the war in an internment camp.] [Veteran Dr. Robert CHRISTIE†- says he is emotional talking about it.]
Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian
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00:04:10

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