Interview with Philip Pollock Jr., March 5, 2015

Collection: First Person Project

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Description

Phillip Pollock was born in Joliet, Illinois in 1923. Pollock was drafted into the Army in 1943, where he began his infantry combat career in the European Theater of World War II. Upon his return home, Pollock earned both an undergraduate and master's degree in political science and history from the University of Iowa. In this interview, Pollock talks about his basic training and wartime experience, homecoming, his opinion on US national security and international relations, and the development of the United States ballistic missile program.


This interview is part of the Georgia Narratives series.

Date

2015-03-05

Identifier

RBRL324FPP-0063

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Duration

60 minutes

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Citation

Philip Pollock, Jr. and Shannon Roy, “Interview with Philip Pollock Jr., March 5, 2015,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed February 26, 2024, https://georgiaoralhistory.libs.uga.edu/RBRL324FPP/RBRL324FPP-0063.

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