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Battle of the Ardennes (1944-1945)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Jack P. Bell Second World War correspondence

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2014-160-w-rd

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.

Dates: 1936 September 11 - 1946 February 22

Thomas E. Havel Second World War correspondence

 Collection — Box WWII 172, Folder: 1-6, Folder: 1-6
Identifier: 2022-173-w-r

This collection contains approximately 70 letters written by Capt. Thomas E. Havel, USA to his wife Elizabeth Havel née Shilts during the Second World War. This collection also contains one transcribed letter from Havel to Pie Johnson, Nazi propaganda leaflets and booklets, postcards, photographs, photocopied documents, and photocopied photographs of Capt. Havel's medals.

Dates: 1944 June 4 - 1945 August 21

Norman A. Moore Second World War correspondence

 Collection — Box WWII 21, Folder: 11, Folder: 1
Identifier: 2017-277-w-r

This collection contains correspondence and other materials pertaining to Maj. Norman A. Moore, USA, during the Second World War.

Dates: 1942 May 5 - 1945 May 20

Series 3, Donald E. Bolner correspondence, 1944 March 29 - 1945 November 26

Scope and Contents This series contains 34 correspondence written by Lt Col. Donald E. Bolner, USAAC to family during the Second World War. Donald E. Bolner wrote the majority of this material while first holding the rank of Private First Class. He was later promoted to the rank of Sergeant during the Fall of 1945.March 29, 1944 - Bolner wrote to his brother Sgt. Merrill H. Bolner about his training and daily life at Camp Walker, Texas.December 6, 1944 - Bolner wrote to Sgt. Bolner from...
Dates: 1944 March 29 - 1945 November 26

Series 5, "Little Things" book, 1946

 Series — Box WWII 42, Folder: 1, Folder: 24
Scope and Contents

This series contains a bound book called "Little Things" which was was put together by men in the 78th Signal Company at the conclusion of the Second World Wwar. The book recalls how the 78th Signal Company was put together in late 1942 and chronicles their training, their trip to England, the Battle of the Bulge, and entering Germany and remaining there until they sailed home in early 1946.

Dates: 1946