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This black and white typed eight page document consists of an interview with Paul Grossheim conducted via telephone regarding his time working at the U.S. Army, Vietnam Installation Stockade (USARVIS). It was more commonly called the Long Binh Jail. He details who he replaced and other officers in his command, as well as the treatment of the prisoners. Grossheim also explained his philosophy of custodianship and how he ran the prison. Grossheim passed away in 1992. Handwritten notes are in black, blue and red ink.
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Transcriptions, Interview collection, Military prisons, Long Binh Jail (Vietnam (Republic)), Prisoners, Inmates of institutions, Courts-martial and courts of inquiry, Military personnel, Des Moines (Iowa), Waukee (Iowa)
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"Interview with Lieutenant Colonel Paul Grossheim" (1990). Currey Document Archive. 20.