The american dream of the 1930s had been focused on working hard, men provided for their families, and hope to rise above the depression by the 1940s, post-wwii, consumerism and first wave feminism started to play a role in the american dream, and by the 1950s the american dream had encompassed the ideas of futurism and opportunity. How a wwii-era forger saved lives, one fake document at a time adolfo kaminsky isn't a well-known hero, but thousands of jews in france during world war ii owe their lives to him. Interview essay 894 words - 4 pages macy walker hrm 424 interview #1 interview of clinic supervisor for my first interview i decided to interview lacey wilson, a nurse turned clinic supervisor of omc primary care clinic located in port angeles.
By gene santoro 11/28/2011 • interviews, politics, world war ii conversations for his new book german voices: memories of life during hitler's third reich, author frederic c tubach drew on his own experience, as well as interviews and archives. The people of vietnam, despite being dirt poor and selling girls into prostitution, were very honest, industrial, and moral they were warm, generous, and kind with big hearts. - interview essay - jacey hart jc hart is a native californian, and was born june 10, 1927, in inglewood she has been married to her husband, jim for fifty-two years together they have raised one son and two daughters, who also reside in southern california.
An interview with someone who lived during wwii, the essay illustrates several questions one might ask, and responses i recieved, as well as an analysis of the responses essay by billzfan11 , high school, 11th grade , a+ , january 2004. This is an interveiw with a world war two veteran this woman lived in manchester and was about 14 when world war 2 started q what did you do in the war a i was evacuated from manchester i. For this assignment, you must find someone who lived during the war you may either choose a wwii veteran, or someone who worked for the cause at home this should be an oral interview if at all possible. Wwii: during world war ii, the german army had a lot of ad hoc units the muncheberg division was one of those, and they seemed to have done a very good job from the seelow heights, when they first entered combat, until the very end in berlin. As part of our assignment for this website, we were told to interview someone who lived through the cold war we asked them a series of 9 questions relating to life during the cold war.
the beginning of world war iithe contestants in wwii were divided into two groups, the allied powers and the axis powers the following countries were in the allied powers: soviet union,united states,britain, china, france, poland, belgium, and the netherlands. Let students know that they will be interviewing someone who remembers world war ii then discuss interview elements, such as the types of questions asked, the main idea of interview questions, and so on. Events during the cold war the cold war was a very terrible war that started in 1945 between the united states and the soviet union and lasted 45 years the cold war got its name because both sides were too afraid to fight each other directly. -interview your source, keep in the background (silence is sometimes ok) -watch for consistency in the answers, and for conflicts with other sources -especially with older people, don't rush away after the interview.
The world today is still living with the consequences of world war ii lasting from september 1, 1939 to september 2, 1945 it went on exactly six years and one day. What a time it was: interviews with northwest ohio veterans of world war ii, a book published today by the university of toledo urban affairs center press. Interview of a wwii veteran by robert c daniels in preparation for writing a book, tentatively entitled world war ii in mid-america, i have conducted oral interviews on 34 people of a small mid-western american community that had lived during and through the war—two of these individuals have since passed away. An interview with someone who lived during wwii, the essay illustrates several questions one might ask, and responses i recieved, as well as an analysis of the responses himmler, goebbels, hitler, goering, and tojo because movies portrayed them as villains.
During our interview, he constantly got off the subject and started lecturing me about the history of world war ii in fact, he brought several of his college textbooks and used his books to prove whatever point he was trying to make. Some people from the world war ii generation are comfortable with e-mail if you're lucky enough to have an interviewee like this you may want to consider writing out the questions and conducting the interview by e-mail — especially if you're unlucky enough to live far away from the veteran. Here are some questions that you could ask in such an interview of course, the specific questions that you ask might vary depending on the person you are interviewing and, perhaps, your own. Impact of wwii world war ii had a definite impact on the united states it changed how people lived and how other people were viewed not many people realize the treatment of people from our own country during world war ii.