Oral History interview of Thornton Anderson. Interview conducted by Goldstein, Joan at Village on the Green in Longwood, FL.
Date of Birth
Place of Birth
White - Non Hispanic
War or Conflict
World War II
Begin/End date of Service - 1st
Entrance into Service
Branch of Service
Prisoner of War
Service Related Injury
Distinguished Intelligence Cross; Career Intelligence Medal
See video for details.
City of Birth
Country of Birth
Location of Interview
Village on the Green, Longwood, FL.
Anderson, Thornton; World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives; Post World War II; United States. Marines
Contains logs, audio and video recordings of interviews with Central Florida's veterans as part of a history class project for the students at the University of Central Florida (UCF). The UCF Community Veterans History Project(CVHP) started in fall 2010. It collects, preserves, and makes accessible to the public the experiences of Central Florida's veterans so that future generations will better understand the realities of conflict. It is a collaborative endeavor supported by multiple departments and offices at UCF. The veterans' histories are archived and made digitally available through the UCF library and selected materials are contributed to the Veterans History Project at the Library of Congress.
Contributor Affiliation / Organization
RICHES; University of Central Florida
Length of Interview
Department of History, University of Central Florida
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UCF Community Veterans History Project
Thornton, Anderson, "Anderson, Thornton interview" (2014). Veterans Oral Histories. 273.