Korean War Interviews

John Ray, Part III

U.S. Army 1939–1945, 1950–1953

Part 3 of John Ray's interview includes his experiences as a prisoner of war in Germany.... more >>


John Ray, Part IV

U.S. Army 1939–1945, 1950–1953

Part 4: Interview discussing Mr. Ray's service as an artillery officer during the Korean War, and teaching law at West Point.... more >>


John Ray, Part V

U.S. Army 1939–1967

This is part 5 of John Ray's interview, in which he goes into more details about his experiences as a prisoner of war in North Africa and German... more >>


Donald R. Scott

U.S. Army 1950–1953

Interview discussing Mr. Scott's service with the U.S. Army's 325th Tank Battalion during the Korean War.... more >>


Harry K. Seaholm

U.S. Navy 1939–1945, 1950–1953

Interview discussing Mr. Seaholm's service in the U.S. Navy during World War II and the Korean War.... more >>


George Davis Snow

U.S. Navy 1948–1968

In June 1948, 10 days after graduating from Holliston High School, George Snow joined the U.S. Navy. He was trained in electronics, and would sp... more >>


Richard F. Surman

U.S. Marine Corps 1939–1945, 1950–1953

Interview discussing Mr. Surman's Marine Corps service as a telephone and radio man in Saipan, Okinawa and China during World War II, the Inch'o... more >>


Richard P. Taffe

Interview discussing Mr. Taffe's service during World War II, The Korean War and the Vietnam War.... more >>


Robert B. White

U.S. Marine Corps 1949–1953

Growing up in small-town Natick, Bob White left school early to follow in his family's footsteps and join the Marines. After a stint as an offic... more >>


David A. Whitmore

U.S. Army 1951–1954

After junior college, Dave Whitmore worked for an engineering firm in Manchester, N.H., and when he was called up during the Korean Conflict, en... more >>


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