SR-209.1: Tracks 1 - 3 discuss the Severide family, including Severide's parents Gunnar and Frances. Gunnar Severide's work for the CPR as a section man is described.
Track 4 discusses World War I and World War II. News sources such as newspapers and radio are discussed. Local Japanese families are also discussed.
Track 5 discusses the relation between Canada and Britain. Neville Chamberlain is discussed.
Tracks 6 - 7 describe Langley boys' reactions to the war. The Severides' reactions to war are also mentioned.
Track 8 discusses Japanese internment.
Track 9 discusses Norm's work in odd jobs in Vancouver and at the Empress Hotel in Victoria.
Track 10 describes Severide's enlistment in the air force as a pilot.
SR-209.2: Tracks 1 - 2 describe Severide's air force training.
Track 3 discusses Severide's Coastal Command training and work.
Tape SR-209.3: Track 1 introduces the interview.
Track 2 describes Severide's journey overseas and work there in the Advanced Flying Unit.
Tracks 3 - 4 discuss the anticipation of D-Day and the progress of the war.
Track 5 describes Severide's reaction to death in the war.
Track 6 discusses Severide's service in the Operational Training Unit.
Track 7 discusses soldiers' free time, including dances with local girls.
Track 8 describes the reaction of British civilians to the war and the soldiers.
Track 9 describes soldiers' communications with home, including mail and parcels from families and the Red Cross.
Track 10 mentions the fear of invasion in Britain.
Track 11 mentions the Heavy Conversion Unit.
SR-209.4: Track 1 describes a Lancaster airplane.
Track 2 describes some of Severide's flights. The Heavy Conversion Unit is discussed again.
Track 3 reflects on Severide's experience in the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Tracks 4 - 5 discuss the end of the war and Severide's homecoming.
Track 6 discusses war leaders including Mackenzie King and the royal family.
Track 7 mentions the Holocaust.
Track 8 discusses Severide's view of Russia during the war.
Track 9 discusses the American-Iraqi war of 2003.
Track 10 describes the return to civilian life for soldiers. The Legion is discussed.
Track 11 discusses the importance of teaching students about war.
Track 12 concludes the interview.