George C. Marshall: Interviews and Reminiscences for Forrest C. Pogue
Tape 03 – The Virginia Military Institute and Lexington, Virginia, 1897-01; influences on later life; home life.
Tape 05 – Fort Reno; Leavenworth schools, 1906-10, National Guard service, 1908-12; Philippine assignment, 1913-16; aide to General Bell, 1916-17.
Tape 06 – Preparedness and mobilization duties, 1916-17; First Division and France, 1916-1917; General Pershing; GHQ Duties; Madame Jouette.
Tape 07 – World War I: St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne; First Division, French Leaders; MacArthur; aide to Pershing, 1919-24
Tape 11 – Tunisia, 1943; relations with the British, the Congress, and the French; Army appropriations, 1941; Marshall Plan Speech, 1947; Secretary of Defense, 1950; relations with Stalin.
Tape 13 – World War II; Eisenhower and Patton, 1944; logistics and manpower problems; Battle of the Bulge; Malta and Yalta Conferences.
Tape 14 – Ultra leak to Dewey, 1944; Dill-Marshall relationship; politics and the JCS; relations with FDR; atomic bomb development and use
Tape 15 – Pacific theater operations; Leahy and the JCS; relations with Hopkins, King, Somervell; intelligence failures; war and democratic society; weapons development; Civil Affairs School; information and films for soldiers
Tape 16 – Elite units; qualities of U.S. and other soldiers; atomic bomb development; mobilization problems; media relations; moral problems.