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William Burton Clark Collection

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William Burton Clark Collection

Biographical Information

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Name:
William Burton Clark
State of Birth:
IN
Home State:
IN
Gender:
Male
Race:
Unspecified
War or Conflict:
World War, 1939-1945
Status:
Veteran
Dates of Service:
1941-1946
Branch of Service:
Army
Unit of Service:
200th Coast Artillery
Location of Service:
El Paso, Texas; Clark Field, Bataan (Philippines); Japan; Pacific Theater
Highest Rank:
Staff Sergeant
Prisoner of War:
Yes
Service History Note:
Veteran worked with anti-aircraft artillery. He was held as a prisoner of war (POW) for 1,228 days in the Philippines and Japan and was on the Bataan Death March.

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Type of Resource:
Computer File: Floppy Disk [1 item] --Electronic file of interview transcript
Manuscript: Transcript [1 item] --Typewritten document
Audio: Audio Cassette [1 item] --Reference copy
Audio: Audio Cassette [1 item] --Oral history interview
Photograph: Original photographic print [1 item] --Photograph
Interviewer:
Larry Ordner
Contributor:
Richard Lugar
Contributor Affiliation/Organization:
U.S. Senate/Richard Lugar
Transcriber:
Lisa Peterson
Transcriber Affiliation/Organization:
National Court Reporters Association (NCRA)
Collection #:
AFC/2001/001/2730
Subjects:
Clark, William Burton
World War, 1939-1945--Personal Narratives
United States. Army.
Prisoners of War--United States
Cite as:
William Burton Clark Collection
(AFC/2001/001/2730), Veterans History Project, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
 
 

 

Last Edit:   2/22/2013

 

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