Oral History Center - UC Berkeley Library

Daniel Levin: Remembering the propaganda and support for the war on the homefornt

Interviewee(s):
Levin, Danny
Interviewer(s):
Rigelhaupt, Jess
Title:
Daniel Levin: Remembering the propaganda and support for the war on the homefornt
Abstract:
Daniel Levin was born in 1931 and lived in Asbury Park, New Jersey until moving with his family to Arlington, Virginia while he was in high school. He discusses family history and life in New Jersey during the war. He reflects on growing up with the tangible threat of German attack, the importance of his job opportunities during the war, the boom and urbanizations of Arlington, Virginia during World War II.
Subject area(s):
Community and Identity
Commerce, Industry, and Labor
Interview date(s):
2012
Project:
Rosie The Riveter World War II American Home Front
Rights:
Levin, Danny. "Daniel Levin: Remembering the propaganda and support for the war on the homefornt." Interview by Jess Rigelhaupt in 2012. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 2012.