View Description Create electronic postcard Full Image 1.0 Who are you? 1.1 How was waiting in HK to go to war in Korea? 1.1.1 What happened to those US Marines? 1.1.2 Describe relieving the Australian contingent 1.1.3 What was Seoul like when you first saw it? 1.1.4 Did Chinese intervention impact the war? 184.108.40.206 Tell me more about the Turks. 220.127.116.11 What if the US had bombed China? 1.2.1a Describe your experience with the Van Doos. 1.2.1b Describe your experience with the Van Doos. 1.2.2 Forces created distance from the US — why? 18.104.22.168 How did Commonwealth & US forces differ? 1.2.3 Strongest memories of CDN forces in Korea 1.2.4 Tension between Commonwealth forces? 1.3 Why did you bring a dictionary to Korea? 1.3.1 Could you tell me more about the fever? 1.3.2a Being released from hospital on Xmas Eve. 1.3.2b Being released from hospital on Xmas Eve. 1.3.3 Why was Christmas Day special in the army? 1.4a Did you get along with volunteer soldiers? 1.4b Did you get along with volunteer soldiers? 1.4.1 Did you run into pay corps members again? 1.4.2 What are your thoughts on discipline? 1.4.3 Memorable experiences from the troop ship? 2.1 What work did you do in occupied Japan? 2.2 Thoughts about the bombing of Hiroshima? 2.3a Describe meeting the people of Hiroshima. 2.3b Describe meeting the people of Hiroshima. 2.3c Describe meeting the people of Hiroshima. 3.1 How was taking your wife/daughter to Korea? 3.1.1 Attitudes towards Korean War in the '70s? 3.2 Describe your experiences of Remembrance Day. 3.3 Treatment of you by Koreans in Vancouver? 3.4 How has war impacted other people you know? 4.1 Describe your return to civilian life. 4.1.1 Tell me about your career as a teacher. 4.1.2 Tell me more about your teaching career. 4.1.3 Did you ever consider becoming an officer? 4.1.4 Did you ever consider staying in the army? 4.2 What was going on at SFU around 1970? 4.2.1 How were UBC and SFU different? 4.2.2 Describe life in the old UBC army huts. 4.3 Why Liverpudlians wanted to leave after WWII. Interview Transcript Image Attributions
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