Interviewee: Robert Reynolds, Gettysburg Resident and World War II Veteran
Interviewer: Michael J. Birkner, Benjamin Franklin Professor of the Liberal Arts & Professor of History, Gettysburg College
In the last part of a series of interviews conducted by Michael J. Birkner, Robert Reynolds discussed on August 23, 2000 his life after World War II. After the war, Reynolds moved to Gettysburg. He discussed his time at a rubber factory and his decision to become a teacher at 50.
Length of Interview: 49 minutes
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Reynolds, Robert and Birkner, Michael J., "Interview with Robert Reynolds, August 23, 2000" (2000). Oral Histories. 22.