Military Memories - Part 2 of 2
A collection of WWII Movies, submitted by Robert
Oelrich, Class 10-42
-- Various movies produced by an Army Signal Corps
Officer during WWII. Length
NOTE: Some parts of video are duplicated twice. We have
not altered or edited the video. It is presented here just as it was
received from Signal OCS Candidate Oelrich.
Movie Content: Various scenes during WWII, starting in
Honolulu during 1941, continuing to show cable and communication laying
activities to the radar installation at the top of the island... the one
that famously tried to alert military command to the incoming Japanese
aircraft on December 11. To those with keen eyes, you will see not only the
same hula dancers shown in the historic pictures you can buy in Waikiki
today, but also the famous street in Honolulu where "local" girls went to
meet GIs back then. This movie is of excellent
historical value, and we thank Army Signal OCS Candidate Oelrich for sending
it to us and sharing his memories with the world.
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