Kathryn Brennan Oral History Interview


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Kathryn Brennan Oral History Interview
Kathryn Brennan Oral History Interview
Florida Gulf Coast University
March 7 2018
In this interview, Kathryn recounts her memories of the war as a teenage girl. She speaks about her father’s interest in World War II, and how his opinions were shaped by his own involvement in World War I. Kathryn recalls how her uncle’s mental illness after serving in the war led to his homelessness and disconnection from the family. She wraps up by reflecting on the war’s long-term influence on her understanding of the world.
19m 25s
Kathryn Brennan, Interview, National Home Front Project, Washington College, Chestertown Maryland.
Interview was recorded by Natalie Goris through Florida Gulf Coast University for the Starr Center of the American Experience National Homefront Project.
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