SQ 2016- Grove Miller
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AbstractGrove Miller, who was a hospital foreman in the Navy during World War II, remembers what it was like to take care of the enlisted men of the Navy and Marines.. He talks about caring for men who are gravely wounded, and accompanying them on leave; he remembers having to stay with men all night to take care of them or be with them until they passed away. He also discusses his mother's experiences during the War as both her husband and son were serving.
DescriptionGrove Miller talks about going on leave with two Marines and getting into fights, about his family's Victory Garden, seeing his father while they were both serving in the War, and his mother's work and life at home.
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