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Mountain warfare.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:


Identifier: TMD1
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1940-2003 with the bulk of the material from 1941-1945. Military and personal records comprise the collection. Military records include reports, memos, manuals, orders, operations journals and annotated maps. Personal records include correspondence, memoirs and articles. Records document the activities of the 10th Mountain Division from its formation at the beginning of World War II, through its training at various locations including Camp Hale, Colorado and ending with...
Dates: 1940-2003


Identifier: WH1001
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers in this collection range from 1936 to 1976. Correspondence, articles, speech transcripts and press releases comprise the bulk of the collection. Copies of Dole's letters are included along with the many letters he received from friends and colleagues. The early correspondence reflects Dole's determination to form the National Ski Patrol. During World War II, the copious correspondence reflects Dole's efforts to convince the Army to train troops in mountain and winter warfare. Dole...
Dates: 1938-1976


Identifier: TMD4
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1942 to 2004 with the bulk of the material from 1986-1991. It includes both 10th Mountain Association documents as well as Evans' personal papers and memorabilia. Evans' association and personal correspondence comprises the bulk of the material. Additional records include financial statements and reports, membership rosters, minutes, notes, agendas, news clippings and articles. SERIES 1 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE 10TH MOUNTAIN...
Dates: TBD

International Federation of Mountain Soldiers Records

Identifier: TMD379
Scope and Contents

Collection contains correspondence, publications, clippings, ephemera, and signage concerning the Federation.

Dates: 1979-1997

Robert H. Bates papers

Identifier: C MSS WH1602
Scope and Contents

Notebook contains handwritten notes on testing mountain and cold weather equipment for the U.S. Army in Churchill, Manitoba and Camp McCoy (Wisconsin), (1943); correspondence about importance of mountain and cold weather training for the U.S. Army (1957).

Dates: 1943-1957

Robert W. Hird Papers

Identifier: WH551
Scope and Contents

Consists of photographs, brochures, reports by Studebaker Corporation and military correspondence, files and reports (all declassified) on the M-29 and M-29c, also known as the "Weasel" which was developed for use by 10th Mountain Division and used throughout Europe.

Dates: 1943-1945