World War II, 1939-1945

The following is an oral history interview with Robert Aldous, conducted over the phone, on June 15, 2017, by Lorrie Rands.  Robert discusses his life and his memories involving World War II. 

Edward Anderson discusses his early life before, during, and shortly after World War II. On December 21, 1943 Edward received his draft notice the day after his 18th birthday. Edward married his wife Floris on December 30, 1943 just before departing for military service. He continued to serve in the war until 1946, one year after the war ended. The interview took place on May 27, 2012.

Al Aoki discusses World War II and the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and his occupation as a machinist at Hill Air Force Base. The interview took place on March 10, 1971.

John Ashworth discusses his farming background, his life in Beaver, Utah, and his carpentry work in the Topaz internment camp during World War II. The interview took place on July 22, 1972.

Marie Beecher shares her personal history as well as her work and education experiences in utah. The interview took place on May 24, 1997.

Brother Boniface discusses his background and involvement in the Abbey of the Holy Trinity in Huntsville, Utah. The interview took place on May 7, 1972.

Helen Clausse discusses her childhood and family experiences. The interview took place on March 12, 1997.

Agnes Cleverly discusses her memories of life during war, and society's views toward education and women in the work force. The interview took place on May 31, 1997.

Otto Coder discusses his time in World War II and his experience in the Bataan Death March. The interview took place on October 1, 1971.

The following is an oral history interview with Major General Retired, Pat Condon, conducted on April 12, 2019, in Ogden, Utah, by Alyssa Kammerman. Pat discusses his life, his experiences while serving in the United States Air Force, and his time serving on the Hill Aerospace Museum Board.