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The War: Stories From The Northwest: WWII

The War: Stories from the Northwest: WWII showcases first-hand accounts from Pacific Northwest veterans and civilians sharing their personal WWII memories.

Episodes

Season 1
When America went to war, men joined the effort as soldiers leaving necessary jobs at...
Season 1
Shiro Kashino joined the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, along with many other Japanese...
Season 1
Fausto Cruz shares his adventures on the U.S.S. Colorado battleship during World War II....
Season 1
Victory Square was a civic focal point for Seattle's World War II homefront. Located on...
Season 1
Jose Calugas Jr. talks about his father's bravery during World War II. Jose Calugas Sr....
Season 1
After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor there was a general fear up and down the west...
Season 1
Robert Hadeen talks about delivering war telegrams during World War II and how American...
Season 1
Howe Lee of the Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society discusses how Chinese Canadian...
Season 1
Thousands of Canadian soldiers brought home British war brides after World War II. The...
Season 1
Royal Canadian Air Force veteran Bob Porter discusses his experiences during World War II...
Season 1
Army aerial photographer Lee Embree witnesses the start of World War II before America...
Season 1
U.S. Marine Corps Veteran John Des Jarlais talks about surviving four dangerous first...
Season 1
Established in 1943 as part of the Manhattan Project in the town of Hanford in south-...
Season 1
Larry Story talks about his experience as a member of the brigade during World War II....
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After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, about 100,000 Japanese Americans were forced to...
Season 1
After combating discrimination and dangerous missions in World War II, women were finally...


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The War: Stories from the Northwest: WWII showcases first-hand accounts from the NW.

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