Last year I wrote about my wife’s grandfather who had recently passed away. William Boulet was an American fighter pilot in WWII. His story is amazing. Especially interesting is his recollection of his time as a Nazi prisoner of war.* So I’ve finally digitized an interview conducted at the D-Day Museum and posted it online. (Miss you, Grandpa!)
I realize the audio is a bit low. I’d really like to use Google’s captioning functionality at some point.
[*] For example, Boulet’s Nazi interrogator, Hans Scharff, is the subject of a book and roundly considered the best of the whole war. Many prisoners interrogated by Scharff praised and even befriended him after he emigrated to the US post-war.