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Nimitz, Chester W. (1885-1966)

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Nimitz, Fleet Adm. Chester W., U.S. Navy (Ret.), one volume of Recollections by his widow Catherine Freeman Nimitz
Nimitz, Chester W. (1885-1966)
Fleet Admiral, U.S. Navy
 
Based on two interviews conducted by John T. Mason, Jr., in June 1969 and one interview conducted by E. B. Potter in March 1970. The volume contains 170 pages of interview transcript plus indices. The transcript is copyright 1970 by the U.S. Naval Institute; the interviewees have placed no restrictions on its use.
 
Recollections of the late Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz as given by his widow, Catherine Freeman Nimitz.
 
 
Nimitz, Chester W. (1885-1966)
Fleet Admiral, U.S. Navy
 
Based on two interviews conducted by John T. Mason, Jr. Altogether, the volume contains 119 pages of interview transcript plus indices. The transcripts are copyright 1970 by the U.S. Naval Institute; the interviewees have placed no restrictions on their use.
 
Recollections of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz as given by:
 
>Nancy Nimitz, daughter of Admiral; interviewed by Mason in June 1969; 68 pages
 
>Nancy Nimitz and her mother, Catherine Freeman Nimitz, in a joint interview by Mason in June 1969; 51 pages

 
 

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