Subject Source: Fast (Faceted Application Of Subject Terminology)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection (ca. 21 items) includes transcripts of two oral history interviews. The first interview was conducted by J. Addison Hagan on January 20, 1967, concerning the Inchon Operation during the Korean War; the second was conducted by Capt. Thomas F. Fergusson on 25-30 March 1975"Reminscences of a Soldier; An Oral History of Lieutenant General Edward Mallory Almond, United States Army, 1892-1979". Other items include photograph (16 items), 1950-1951; misc. documents.
Scope and Contents Oral history interview transcript. This interview was conducted in August 2009 by Dr. Lewis Sorley for the U. S. Army Military History Institute Senior Officers Oral History Program.
Scope and Contents The oral history collection spans the World War II era through recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. One interview (Frank Buckles) covers World War I service. The majority of the interviews were conducted by VMI cadets taking courses in military history. The interview files and recordings are housed in the VMI Archives.
Scope and Contents The bulk of the papers consist of oral history interviews; printed material; articles and clippings; citations for military awards, photographs; military papers; incoming correspondence; and other material relating the career of COL William H. Dabney, USMC. Included is information about COL Dabney's role in the Battle of Khe Sanh, defense of Hill 881S ( Hill 881 S.