Interviews with Madison residents after the attack on Pearl Harbor
"Man-on-the-Street," Madison, Wisconsin, December 9, 1941
Two days after Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese, Leland Coon conducted a series of interviews with people in Madison. In this excerpt, Coon discusses the attack and the war as a whole with a mother, the director of a private business school, two students, a college professor, and two single women. Both the audio and transcripts are provided.
World Wars and Conflicts|
The World War II Military and Home Fronts
|Creator: ||Coon, Leland.
|Pub Data: ||Created December 9, 1941.
|Citation: ||Coon, Leland. ""Man-on-the-Street," Madison, Wisconsin, December 9, 1941." Sound recording;
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