General William T. Clement radio broadcast interview, 1945
Interview with BG William T. Clement by war correspondence Larry Tighe, produced for radio news broadcast distribution. The transmission originated from a ship off the coast of Japan, and concerns the activities of the 6th Marine Division, 4th Marines, during the early days of the occupation of Japan following the surrender.
- Clement, William T., General (Interviewee, Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Lieutenant General William T. Clement (1894-1955. United States Marine Corps; VMI Class of 1914; served in Pacific Theater during World War II, including Philippines, Bataan Corregidor, Okinawa.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
The original is known as transcription disc and is a special phonograph record intended for, or recorded from, a radio broadcast. Sometimes called a broadcast transcription or radio transcription or nicknamed a platter, it is also sometimes referred to as an electrical transcription, usually abbreviated to E.T. among radio professionals.
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