SQ 2016- Bill Nuttle
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SubjectBattle of Iwo Jima; Battle of Tinian; Battle of Saipan; veteran; Marines; Pearl Harbor; Coming Home
Bill Nuttle is a veteran from WWII that has fought in three of the most documented battles of the War: Iwo Jima, Tinian, and Saipan. Bill discusses his time in the war and discusses what he and the rest of the troops in the Marines had to face, and the survival strategies they employed. He gives us insight on what his life was like after the War and the struggles that he faced to make a living.
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