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Oral History Interview with Wilmer A. Moreau, April 18, 2003

Interview with Wilmer A. Moreau, an infantryman in the US Marine Corps during WWII. He describes his service and answers questions about his time overseas. 17 p. ; 28 cm. New ZealandSolomon Islands - Guadalcanal Province - Guadalcanal IslandGuamPapua New Guinea - Bougainville Province - Bougainville Island
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