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World War (1939-1945) -- Public opinion

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Series 1, Correspondence from Vivian D. Hirsch., 1940 - 1945

 Series — Box WWII 61, Folder: 1-4, Folder: 1-4
Scope and Contents This series contains the correspondence of Miss Vivian D. Hirsch to T Sgt. Harry A. Berger. The folders contain an assortment of material including 99 letters with envelopes. Subjects of conversation include, general family news, the homefront, public opinion on the war and daily events in Miss Hirsch's life. Of interest is a copy of a poem written by Vivian Hirsch called "The Army," which can be found in folder number 7.Folder 5 July 1940 - May 1943 Folder 6 May 1943 -...
Dates: 1940 - 1945

Series 3, Clippings, 1943 - 1945

Scope and Contents This series contains three newspaper clippings and one military unit newsletter. The clippings highlight Capt. Gretchen Yoffa and her sister, as well as the other women of the American Red Cross and the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC), during the Second World War. The unit newsletter, "On the Beam" 20 June, 1945, highlights some daily recreational services on deck of the a ship, as well as short news stories. The news stories include President Truman's travel arrangements, and a story on...
Dates: 1943 - 1945

Series 5, Correspondence and Documents - Miscellaneous

 Series — Box WWII 5, Folder: 40
Scope and Contents This series contains correspondence and documents of the Fee family. The majority of these correspondence deal with William Fee's Army service and promotion as well as the wounds he sustained in March of 1945. This series also includes letters from Dwight Fee, written to William Fee's commanding officers and higher ranking military brass associated with the army infantry.NOTE: See also 2014-049-w-r Dwight Fee First World War correspondence, Series 3, for more materials...
Dates: 1943 July 24 - 1945 November 2

Subseries 5. "America First" and World War II, 1930 - 1954

 Sub-Series — Box 2s1, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents This series covers the years of 1930 to 1954 of the Lindbergh family. The primary subjects of these photographs are World War II and the America First Committee, which was a group Charles A. Lindbergh was involved in that sought to keep the United States out of World War II. Photographs include Charles A. Lindbergh speaking at the America First rally and at a peace rally in Soldier Field (1941, Chicago, IL); candid photographs of Charles A. Lindbergh and wife, Anne; Charles A. Lindbergh in...
Dates: 1930 - 1954