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(Studio: Aaron Brown) A taped conversation with "Soldering for Freedom: A GI's Account of World War II" author Herman Overmayer presented; war photos shown. [OVERMAYER - recalls writing a letter on V-E Day because he was aware of its significance; explains how V-E Day meant different things for the Americans & the Europeans because we had another war to fight in 1945; explains about the letters he wrote to his parents during the war & how tehy were saved & he came to organize them later; recalls how all the decisions about his military career were made by someone else, thus allowing him to survive the war.]
- Brown, Aaron
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