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<p>The Computer Pioneers is a video oral history project dedicated to the early history of computers produced by Richard Jay Solomon in 1983.&nbsp; This archive includes the first installment of an unfinished documentary series as well as raw interview footage of Brian Randell and Michael Woodger and an introduction by Richard Solomon that was not included in the finished project.&nbsp; This part of the documentary series discusses advancements in computing during World War II.</p>
 
<p>The Computer Pioneers is a video oral history project dedicated to the early history of computers produced by Richard Jay Solomon in 1983.&nbsp; This archive includes the first installment of an unfinished documentary series as well as raw interview footage of Brian Randell and Michael Woodger and an introduction by Richard Solomon that was not included in the finished project.&nbsp; This part of the documentary series discusses advancements in computing during World War II.</p>
  
<p>[http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Image:11.13.1983_Computer_Pioneers_-_Origins_of_Electronic_Computation_During_World_War_II.flv The Computer Pioneers: An Experiment in Video Oral History Part One: Origins of Electronic Computation During World War II ]- 1983, Helen Slotkin, Ithiel Pool, Richard Solomon, Brian Randell, Michael Woodger, [http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Jan_Rajchman Jan Rajchman], [http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/John_G._Brainerd John Grist Brainerd], Herman Goldstine, Garry J. Tee, John McCarthy, Perry Crawford, Kenneth Bowles, Jay Stratton, Gordon Brown, Albert Hill, Nathan Rochester, [http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Kathleen_McNulty Kay Mauchly], Harry Huskey, Jean Sammet, Gisela Hoelzl, Robert Fano, and Richard Clippinger.</p>
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<p>[http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Image:11.13.1983_Computer_Pioneers_-_Origins_of_Electronic_Computation_During_World_War_II.flv The Computer Pioneers: An Experiment in Video Oral History Part One: Origins of Electronic Computation During World War II ]- 1983, Helen Slotkin, Ithiel Pool, Richard Solomon, Brian Randell, Michael Woodger, [[Jan Rajchman|Jan Rajchman]], [[John G. Brainerd|John Grist Brainerd]], Herman Goldstine, Garry J. Tee, John McCarthy, Perry Crawford, Kenneth Bowles, Jay Stratton, Gordon Brown, Albert Hill, Nathan Rochester, [[Kathleen McNulty|Kay Mauchly]], Harry Huskey, Jean Sammet, Gisela Hoelzl, Robert Fano, and Richard Clippinger.</p>
  
 
<p>[http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Image:01.24.1984_Comp_Pioneers_Project_Master.flv An introduction by Richard Solomon] - 1983, Richard Solomon</p>
 
<p>[http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Image:01.24.1984_Comp_Pioneers_Project_Master.flv An introduction by Richard Solomon] - 1983, Richard Solomon</p>
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<p>[http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Image:Solomon_Video_Series_-_Raw_Interview_Footage_of_Brian_Randell_and_Michael_Woodger.flv Interview footage of Brian Randell] - Date Unknown, Brian Randell</p>
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The Computer Pioneers is a video oral history project dedicated to the early history of computers produced by Richard Jay Solomon in 1983.  This archive includes the first installment of an unfinished documentary series as well as raw interview footage of Brian Randell and Michael Woodger and an introduction by Richard Solomon that was not included in the finished project.  This part of the documentary series discusses advancements in computing during World War II.

The Computer Pioneers: An Experiment in Video Oral History Part One: Origins of Electronic Computation During World War II - 1983, Helen Slotkin, Ithiel Pool, Richard Solomon, Brian Randell, Michael Woodger, Jan Rajchman, John Grist Brainerd, Herman Goldstine, Garry J. Tee, John McCarthy, Perry Crawford, Kenneth Bowles, Jay Stratton, Gordon Brown, Albert Hill, Nathan Rochester, Kay Mauchly, Harry Huskey, Jean Sammet, Gisela Hoelzl, Robert Fano, and Richard Clippinger.

An introduction by Richard Solomon - 1983, Richard Solomon

Interview footage of Michael Woodger and Brian Randell - Date Unknown, Michael Woodger, Brian Randell

Interview footage of Brian Randell - Date Unknown, Brian Randell