Bohstedt, James H., 1924-Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center1 sound cassette (ca. 177 min.) : 23 p. 0.1 linear ft. (1 folder) 1 sound cassette (ca. 177 min.) Bohstedt, a Madison, Wis. native, discusses his World War II and Korean War service with the 4th Signal Company, 4th Marine Division, and service with the Reserves. Bohstedt describes basic training at San Diego (California), radar training in Utah, and field signal school at Camp Elliot (California). He relates repairing radios during the campaigns for Saipan, Tinian, and Iwo Jima. He touches upon daily life, both while the 4th Marines regrouped in Maui, and in the Pacific islands. Bohstedt also comments on the atomic bomb decision, post-war duty in Sasebo (Japan), and the difference between the Japanese people he encountered and the way they were described by the military. He mentions his return home, use of the GI Bill, and veterans on the UW-Madison campus. After college graduation, Bohstedt joined the Meritorious NCO Program and was called into Korean War service as a first lieutenant. He talks about his Korean War service inspecting a Korean Marine Corps unit and opinions ... MoreContact InformationCatalog Record
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