SQ 2016-John K. Smith
AuthorSmith, John K.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
African America Experience
North East Maryland
AbstractJohn Smith, born October 10, 1930, lived in North East, Maryland at the time of the war. Because he was a child, his memories include time spent playing and riding bikes in his home town. During his interview, he talks about the North East community, including the celebrations during VE day and VJ day and the many veterans that came from the town.
DescriptionJohn Smith discusses his childhood in North East, Maryland with the backdrop of WWII, including racial issues before, during, and after the war, and other stories about entertainment and news on the homefront.
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