SQ 2016-William White
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SubjectVeteran; Army; New Guinea; Pearl Harbor; Own Memories; Chestertown, Maryland; Black Market; Philippines; Artifacts
Born in Rolphwharf, Maryland and moved to Chestertown when he was two years old, William R. White was an automobile mechanic in World War II. He shares his stories about being stationed in New Guinea and the Philippines as well as a few stories about pre and post war Chestertown. He is able to discuss a co-worker who sold meat in the Black Market.
William White discussed his time in the Philippines and New Guinea after the battles as an automobile mechanic for the Army. He also discusses Chestertown, Maryland before, during ,and after the war.
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