Found in 175 Collections and/or Records:
Lois Daneman discusses her life beginning with meeting her future husband, Marty Daneman, in high school. She talks about life during the war, writing letters every day (see TMD25 Martin L. "Marty" Daneman Papers), working at the USO, baking with rationed sugar and flour, engagement, wedding, living near Camp Carson after the war, life after war
The interview provides information and personal observations about Daneman's arrival at Camp Hale, being assigned to S-2 squad, experiences with "D" Series training, his relationship with Captain William M. Shepard and their experiences scouting and performing reconnaissance, heavy casualties at Mount Belvedere and now his two best friends were killed, death of Captain Shepard, experiences with Italian families.
The interview provides information and personal observations about D'Ooge's assignment as a replacement officer, battle at Castel d'Aiano and hearing loss, German resistance at Lake Garda, reaction to the end of the war, Camp Carson, Colo., inactivation of the division after the war.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Murphy's experiences: duties as a Staff Sergeant and responsibilities in caring for the soldiers assigned to him; being awarded the Soldier's Medal for saving several soldiers at Campo Tizzoro; impact the 10th Mountain Division had on the Italian front.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Soucek's experiences: climb to the top of Belvedere; friendly fire; leadership of Lt. Tiesmaki.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Mueller's experiences: arrival at Camp Hale and difficulty with the altitude; mules and the "D" series; time in Italy and mathematical calculations used to adjust target distances; slides rules for calculating; laying telephone lines; Bruce Devens was the best soldier he had ever known; never being in close proximity to danger.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Dorsey's experiences: joining the Division at Camp Roberts and being sent to the Aleutian Islands; after Kiska Island, transfer to Camp Hale and Camp Swift; being wounded in Italy; respect for and leadership qualities of Colonel Fowler; attending the University of Texas and post war career.
Collection contains videotapes of Denver (Colo) municipal election (1987, 1991), airport hearings, school board forum, round table discussions, police conduct panel report, VIVA Colorado, Federico Penã's state of the city address (1988), Colorado Convention Center opening (Denver, Colo.), jazz concerts.
The documentary provides information and personal observations about William G. Goodge's uncle, Okey C. Dean's personal and army life, his death in Italy: early farm days; Camp Hale; D series; rock climbing; on ship to Alaska; arrival in Italy; climbing Riva Ridge; news of Roosevelt's death; wounded in April offensive; death while attending to a wounded soldier.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Tomky's experiences: crossing the Po River; armored cars used and casualties; role of Company B at Mount Belvedere; field house that was once located at Camp Hale, bought by a rancher in Carbondale, attending functions held in the field house at the ranch.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Perrault's experiences: being assigned to the engineering division and training received at Camp Hale, Colo.; how training applied to building a tram up Riva Ridge and its importance for removing wounded soldiers; crossing the Po River and receiving the Silver Star Medal for saving his wounded Sergeant; becoming a member of the US Ski Team and competing in the 1948 and 1952 Olympics.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Delfausse's assignment to the 10th Mountain Division because he listed skiing as a sport he participated in on a questionnaire at Ft. Dix, N.J., deployment to Italy, being an S-5 Sergeant during the assault on Belvedere, injury in Italy and being sent back to the U.S. before the end of the war, finding a chest containing German payroll in Italian lire, Bocci family.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Crawford's time as a member of the 86th Infantry, how he came to join the 10th Mountain Division, weapons he carried, being wounded in action near Lake Garda.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Farley's experiences: volunteering and enlistment at Fort Dix prior to going to Camp Hale in June 1943; time at Camp Hale; time off and skiing at Cooper Mountain; value of religion and discipline during difficult situations; physical issues related to the transport of ski equipment; superior artillery of the Germans and superiority of the American air power; impact of the reunion trip on his memories.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Zelina's experiences: being a career army member, who also served in Korea; value and characteristics of mules; Italy, and being hospitalized because of contracting yellow jaundice; psychology being the training of soldiers; role of veterans in organizations.
Greene discusses Camp Hale, sailing to Italy, the Tower of Pisa, Hill 913, Lake Garda, celebrations following the May 2, 1945 surrender, end of war, Camp Carson
The interview provides information and personal observations about Trier's experiences: joining the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Ord, Calif.; being on Riva Ridge and artillery fire at a German out house.