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Oral history interview of William H. Brotherton, Jr.

In this interview, William Henry Brotherton, Jr., describes his experiences in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific during WWII. Because the draft had been extended in the summer of 1941, Mr. Brotherton chose to enlist in the Navy. He was assigned to a survey ship and was in port in Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. He describes in detail the attack and ... American SamoaAustraliaNew South WalesSydneyQueenslandBrisbaneFijiFrench PolynesiaBora-BoraLine IslandsPalmyra AtollNew CaledoniaPapua New GuineaManus ProvinceAdmiralty IslandsTongaUnited StatesCaliforniaSan Diego CountySan DiegoGeorgiaAtlanta Metropolitan AreaHawaiiHonolulu CountyPearl HarborVanuatuWallis and Futuna IslandsWallis Islands
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