• The collection consists of a number of reminiscences in the form of letters and memoirs about Marshall written by his associates. Many are letters to Forrest C. Pogue to aid him in writing his biography of Marshall. Contributors include Madeleine C. Davis, V.J. Gregory, Charles D. Herron, Robert Cutler, John Steeves, and Louis W. Whaley. Also included are the audio recordings and transcripts of Pogue’s interviews with Marshall which make up the book.

George C. Marshall: Interviews and Reminiscences for Forrest C. Pogue. The George C. Marshall Foundation Research Library holds an oral history collection of taped interviews of associates of General Marshall conducted by Dr. Forrest Pogue. This collection also contains notes made by Dr. Pogue during these interviews. Interviews are alphabetical by last name. Each leads to a summary page containing a brief biographical sketch of the interviewee and a summary of the topics covered. For interviews where copyright permission has been granted, full transcripts and audio downloads are available. Transcripts that are not published online may be obtained by contacting the library staff.

Pogue’s Interviews with George C. Marshall

Pogue’s Interviews with Marshall’s colleagues and associates