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Jeroline Green: Working at McClellan
McClellan kept her busy but she knew it mattered to getting the war over.
Interview outtakes from THE WAR:
"It was seven days a week. 6, 8, 12 hours a day. And, because you felt that you had to get this done as soon as you can and as fast as you can. I felt that we needed airplanes. And we needed trucks. And we needed all types of parts. Carburetors, and all types of parts. You wanted to get it over with as soon as possible. And we, we did whatever was necessary. We were in Warehouse 11, which was a segregated warehouse, believe it or not, in California. And so we had our complete -- the counters, the supervisors, the um -- everybody involved was black. So we, there again, we felt that we had to do our part. Even though we knew that, because, regardless of the, uh, the, uh, segregation, you still felt the need to support the country and to do whatever you could to, to make it work."