World War (1939-1945)
Found in 285 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 351 correspondence written to Ruth A. Adams by soldiers and sailors during the Second World War, including various holiday cards. Most of the collection, 307 letters, were written by EM3/C Eugene A. "Gene" Gasseaux, USN (USS Jobb). There were ten other soldiers and sailors, as well as six civilian authors of postcards and letters.
This collection contains two copies of one letter, handwritten and typed transcription, from Cpl. Irving Adler, USA to his parents during the Second World War discussing his experience of liberating the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany.
This collection contains correspondence from Flight Officer Roland W. Alderman, United States Army Air Force, to his brother Clarence and his mother during and shortly after the Second World War.
This collection contains letters from Cpl. Ivan Robert Alford, USAAF, to his parents, Orville Leland Alford and Alwena (Plagmann) Alford, during the Second World War. Alford belonged to Company B, 845th Aviation Engineers Battalion.
This collection consists of several small Armed Services Edition books printed for distribution to American military servicemen/women overseas during World War II from 1943 to 1946. The books feature an array of non-fiction titles as well as classics, poetry, cartoons, biographies and fiction titles of various genres. The published books are complete works and not merely digests.
This collection contains 1099 books from the Armed Services Editions books (ASEs) edited and printed by the Council on Books in Wartime during and after the Second World War from 1943 to 1947. The collection includes some duplicates.
This collection contains one letter from Mrs. Ruth B. Arnold to Capt. Kenneth D. Hill after the Second World War.
This collection encompasses items from Arthur Corder’s service in the Second World War. He was assigned as an aide to one of the officers who were among the first Allied military into Mauthausen Concentration Camp on May 5, 1945. Corder had the clearance to take seized items back to the United States, these includes watches, documents, photographs, a camera, and Third Reich relics.
This collection contains eight letters from LtCol. Theodore Babbitt, USA to his sister Eleanor Babbitt during the Second World War. Also included is one photocopied obituary for Babbitt.
This collection contains correspondence written by Cpl. Jay L. Baggett, USA to his mother and family during the Second World War. Also included are a photograph, a yearbook, and a Christmas menu.
This collection contains scans of two letters from A/C Ellis J. Bagley, USAAF to his cousin Mary Harrison while training with the Tuskegee Airmen during the Second World War. Also included is one scan of a letter signed by twenty of the Tuskegee Airmen on the subject of racial discrimination and violation of expressed war department policies, original located at the National Archives.
This collection contains correspondence from Private First Class Anthony A. Barone, United States Army, to his fiancee, Corinne Rollo (Barone) during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence from PFC Maurice Edwin Becker, USA to his mother and father during the Second World War.
This collection contains 600 correspondence between Pvt. Jack P. Bell, USA and Evabel Bell during the Second World War. Also included are greeting cards, newspaper clippings, and other documents.
This collection contains postcards sent to and from Private Kermit Washington Bender, United States Army after the Second World War.
This collection contains letters to TSgt. Harry A. Berger, USAAF from friends and family during the Second World War. Also included are one a small photograph of Harry A. Berger, some miscellaneous ephemera and one copy of Yank magazine from May of 1945.
This item is an addendum to a German emigration form vouching that the person has no unpaid taxes. Betty Sara Goetz completed the form on December 2, 1940; the form provides Goetz tax number, an indication of her identification card, and that Nazi Germany did not have a concern for her taxes.
This collection contains correspondence to and from Cdt. Robert L. Biehler, USAAC and Beulah M. Peterson during the Second World War.
Private First Class Michele Bifulco, United States Army writes to his fiancee Margaret Tornee about his training and life in France during the Second World War. The collection includes five letters and a copy of Bifulco's honorable discharge form.
This collection contains correspondence written by Jeanne Blackburn to her boyfriend, Paul Gunnison (branch of service unknown), during the Second World War.
This collection consists of one carbon copy letter from Bob [unknown last name] USMM to his family, during World War II.