Authors

David Conley

Interviewer

Jesse Womack

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Description

This interview is one of a series conducted concerning West Virginia Vietnam veterans. Mr. Conley discusses: his views on the Vietnamese people; relations between African-American soldiers and white soldiers; drugs and alcohol in the war; the protest movement; how veterans were treated when they returned home; his views on draft resisters; the effects of Vietnam on his life; other Vietnam veterans; how the Vietnamese treated American soldiers; and a brief mention of Jane Fonda.

Publication Date

1-4-1984

Keywords

Vietnam War

Disciplines

Appalachian Studies | Oral History | Social History

Library of Congress Subjects

Conley, David, -- Autobiography., Fonda, Jane, 1937-, Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements -- Oral histories., Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Veterans -- Oral histories., Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- African Americans -- Oral histories., Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Motion pictures and the war -- Oral histories., Agent Orange -- Oral histories., Draft resisters -- Oral histories., Drug abuse -- Oral histories.

Comments

Interview is included in the Marshall University Oral History Collection. The index number is OH64-387.

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Oral History Interview: David Conley

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