|Collection||Duke E. Jones|
|WVM ID Number||OH 1061|
|Object Name||Oral History|
|Title||Oral History Interview with Duke E. Jones|
|Event||World War I|
|Narrator's Name||Duke E. Jones|
|Interviewer's Name||Les Steinhoff|
|Description||In this oral history interview, Duke Jones discusses his service in France in World War I with the 1st Expeditionary Division, 16th Infantry, 3rd Battalion, his time with the Reserve Officers Association, his advice for young officers, and his career with the Army. Jones enlisted in May 1917 and talks about his service in France, including battles in Bathlémont and Cantigny and encounters with mustard gas, until he left for Officer Candidate School in October 1918. Jones then discusses his time with the ROA, and lists the wars and actions he was in and the medals he received.|
|Extent and Medium of Description||
Analog audio recording: 1 audio cassette (approx. 37 minutes)
Transcript: 10 pgs.
Jones, Duke E.