Oral History Interview with Paul J. Kilday, August 28, 1965

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Interview with Paul J. Kilday, former U.S. Congressman (1939-1940), attorney and judge from San Antonio, Texas. The interview includes Kilday's experiences and personal views of neutrality legislation, selective service legislation, Lend-Lease, conscientious objectors, atomic bomb, demobilization, Marshall Plan, Truman Doctrine, creation of Atomic Energy Commission, Unification Act of the Armed Services, creation of Department of Defense, and campaign for Congress against Maury Maverick, 1938.

Creator(s):
Location(s): United States - Washington D.C.
Creation Date: July 1, 1966
Partner(s):
UNT Oral History Program
Collection(s):
UNT Oral Histories
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Creator (Interviewer):
Kamp, H. W.

Dr. H. W. Kamp

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Publisher Info:
Place of Publication: Denton, Texas
Date(s):
  • Creation: July 1, 1966
Coverage:
Place
United States - Washington D.C.
Era
Into Modern Times, 1939-Present
From 1939 to July 1, 1966
Description:

Interview with Paul J. Kilday, former U.S. Congressman (1939-1940), attorney and judge from San Antonio, Texas. The interview includes Kilday's experiences and personal views of neutrality legislation, selective service legislation, Lend-Lease, conscientious objectors, atomic bomb, demobilization, Marshall Plan, Truman Doctrine, creation of Atomic Energy Commission, Unification Act of the Armed Services, creation of Department of Defense, and campaign for Congress against Maury Maverick, 1938.

Physical Description:

97 p. ; 28 cm.

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Keyword(s): oral histories | interviews | biographies
Partner:
UNT Oral History Program
Collection:
UNT Oral Histories
Identifier:
  • LOCAL-CONT-NO: Number 4
  • ARK: ark:/67531/metapth223552
Resource Type: Book
Format: Text
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Access: Use restricted to UNT Community
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