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William T. Sexton Interview Details May 23, 1958
Summary of Topics Covered:
Maj. Gen. Sexton emphasizes Marshall’s kindness, consideration and dignity. He finds him unusual in his sense of fairness and lack of recrimination. He discusses at length specific instances where Marshall went out of his way to help civilians and military personnel. There is discussion of Pearl Harbor, accusations, and Marshall’s calm.
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Forest Pogue recorded audio of this interview. The original tape and a digitized version are available from the George C. Marshall Research Library. Please contact the library to obtain a copy.
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