Interview with Second World War Veterans Ted Blohm and George Winch, Sr.

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Title

Interview with Second World War Veterans Ted Blohm and George Winch, Sr.

Description

Interview with Elko Second World War veterans Ted Blohm and George Winch, Sr., recorded at the GBC Theater as part of Black and White Movie Night on 1 April 2016. Dr. Joshua Webster of GBC conducted the interview.

COL Ted Blohm served in WWII, enlisting in the Army in 1944. He returned to Elko in 1946 as a Staff Sergeant. He spent 25 months in the Army, and 18 months overseas.

LT George Winch Sr. served in WWII and the Korean Conflict. His service encompassed service in the Army, Navy and the Fleet Marines.

 

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The featured film of the evening was The Stranger (1946), directed by Orson Wells and starring Orson Wells, Edward G. Robinson, and Loretta Young. The film is in the public domain, and can be viewed here.

Creator

Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College

Publisher

Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College

Date

1 April 2016

Contributor

Scott A. Gavorsky [VHC]

Rights

VHC Archive Deposit Agreement on file: [administrator access only]
All rights reserved. Use of any content only by express permission of Great Basin College © 2016

Language

English

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Transcription

Not available

Original Format

.mp4 (720 dpi)

Duration

00:46:53

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Citation

Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College, “Interview with Second World War Veterans Ted Blohm and George Winch, Sr.,” Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College, accessed November 24, 2017, http://humanities.gbcnv.edu/omeka/items/show/139.