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This black and white typed eleven page document consists of an interview with Lieutenant Colonel William Keyes conducted via telephone regarding his time working at the Long Binh Jail in Vietnam. He details the works prisoners did, as well as the treatment they received. He also explains the trial process and the treatment of those coming into Long Binh Jail. A handwritten note is in black 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, Jacksonville (Ala.), Homophobia
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"Interview with Lieutenant Colonel William Keyes" (1990). Currey Document Archive. 29.