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World War (1914-1918) -- Newspapers

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Beverly B. Bealmear First World War correspondence

 Collection — Box WWI 3, Folder: 15
Identifier: 2017-287-w-r
Abstract

This collection contains correspondence from Pvt. Beverly "Bev" Bealmear, USA, during the First World War.

Dates: 1918 August 24 - 1919 May 25

Wesley F. Diedrich First World War correspondence

 Collection — Box WWI 6, Folder: 4-9, Folder: 1-6
Identifier: 2014-025-w-rd
Abstract

This collection contains the correspondence and ephemera of PFC Wesley F. Diedrich, AEF during the First World War.

Dates: 1917 October 3 - 1919 May 31

Jim Erickson New York Times mid-week pictorials collection

 Collection — Box Erickson, Box: 1-4
Identifier: 2017-471-w-r
Abstract

This collection contains 102 New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial editions from the First World War.

Dates: 1917 - 1919

Hensler Family First World War correspondence

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2018-096-w
Dates: 1917 - 1919

Series 4, Newspaper clipping, 1941 June 6

 Series — Box WWII 13, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents

A newspaper clipping showing the 2nd Armored Division at Fort Benning with writing on it by Thursby describing where his company, Headquarters Company, appears in one of the photographs. In another, showing the scope of the units arranged on a field, he jokes, "This will give you an idea of our field inspections."

Dates: 1941 June 6

Series 5, Clippings, 1941 August 1

 Series — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This series contains one newspaper and one clipping. The clipping is a poem in English from a French paper sent to Hecht's mother, with handwritten notes. The newspaper is the Ninth Division Anniversary Edition paper from Fort Bragg August 1, 1941. Of particular note is the newspaper's neglect of the war in Europe. From the articles, it is apparent some shifting and reorganization is occuring within the military but there is no mention of the war, rather with articles glorifying...
Dates: 1941 August 1