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Manfred G. Wuerslin oral history

Identifier: C MSS OH357
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about Wuerslin's experiences: being a student at Northwestern University where he joined the reserves and later the 10th Mountain Division; interest in skiing and the out-of-doors; his cousin in the German army; time at Mt. Belvedere and combat on Hill 913; spa where he spent time before the April 1945 offensive; being wounded in action prior to crossing the Po River; visiting Italian cities after the war and the positive...
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Stan and Jean Cummings oral history

Identifier: C MSS OH401
Scope and Contents The interview was conducted with Jean Cummings in September 2000 as part of a documentary on people active in WWII. Jean A. (Bruce) Cummings was born in Summit, N.J. in 1918. She was a graduate of Brown University (1940), Northwestern University (M.S. 1942). She joined her husband, Stan Cummings at Camp Hale, Colo. in 1943 where she worked as a histopathologist. Jean Cummings provides information and personal observations about both her and her husband's experiences: how they met; activities...
Dates: 2000

Val Appel oral history

Identifier: C MSS OH257
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The interview provides information and Appel's personal observations about being wounded during basic training in S.C. and talks about his mule packing efforts at Camp Swift. He was shipped out to Camp Patrick Henry before boarding the SS West Point. Appel also discusses being wounded at Mt. Belvedere, and his travels to Germany at the end of the war.

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