Evelyn Cieslik Interview Transcript
Evelyn Cieslik discusses her memories of World War II. Topic include Pearl Harbor, working in a factory, rationing, high school, meeting her husband, people she knew who died or were prisoners of war, the atomic bomb, the Holocaust, and prejudice against Germans and Italians in the United States during the war.
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