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This interview is one of a series titled the Veterans History Project. Mr. Roy Gunnoe was a World War II veteran. He discusses: his family; his history before the war (including serving in the Army); enlisting in the Navy and the Marines; very detailed information about his experiences during World War II in the Pacific; fighting alongside African Americans; moving back to Charleston (WV) after the war as well as moving to several other areas for work; managing restaurants and working as a cook; a brief mention of the Iraq War (Operation Iraqi Freedom?); working in the National Youth Administration before the war; boot camp; working as a cook in the military; his experiences after the war; and other topics as well.
Interview is included in the Marshall University Oral History Collection. The index number is OH64-688.
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Marshall University Special Collections, OH64-688, Huntington, WV.