OH-211 Dye, Harold C.

Title

OH-211 Dye, Harold C.

Creator

Harold C. Dye

Contributor

Trent Dye

Date

March 19, 2014

Subject

Veterans, World War II

Description

Oral history interview with Harold C. Dye about life in South Carolina during the Great Depression, working in a Pensacola shipyard, basic training, war experiences in the Pacific on troop ships and landing craft, and the transition into post-war civilian life.

Rights

Copyright of this interview belongs to the interviewee, Harold C. Dye.
Mr. Dye has granted permission for the use of this interview, please reference Flagler College's Oral History Collection.

Format

MP3

Language

English

Type

Audio File, Oral History

Identifier

OH-211

Date Created

March 19, 2014

Original Format

Audio recording on flash drive

Duration

32:02

Transcription

Not available

Interviewer

Trent Dye

Interviewee

Harold C. Dye

Citation

Harold C. Dye, “OH-211 Dye, Harold C.,” World War II Resources in Northeast Florida, accessed February 20, 2024, https://wwiinefl.omeka.net/items/show/34.

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