Visit Your Local PBS Station PBS Home PBS Home Programs A-Z TV Schedules Support PBS Shop PBS Search PBS
About the seriesResourcesVeterans History ProjectFor educatorsPurchase The WarContact us
At HomeAt WarThe WitnessesSearch & Explore
Media GalleryThemes & TopicsFavorites
Back to Search Results New Search
Keyword: Go
You need to upgrade your Flash Player
Clyde Odom: The work week
Getting time off on Sunday made one feel like they had a vacation.
Interview outtakes from THE WAR:
"It was seven days a week. And during the war when it was so strong, it was 12-hour days five days a week, ten hours on Saturday, eight hours on Sunday, you felt like you've had a week off. And that went in and out, over, over and over and over. It was work, eat and sleep, that's all you did, and uh you just kept going all the time."