World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American.
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Adventures of the 3rd Battalion Gun Platoon (typed manuscript) written by Pupek which recounts his experiences in World War II from Camp Swift (Texas) to the end of the war in Italy; correspondence.
Letters to friends and family; spiral bound book with transcriptions of all original letters with comments by Hitt; copies of photographs.
Footage of Rios telling the history of his service in Italy with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II; transcript of videodiscs, correspondence.
Collection contains correspondence, biography, resume, educational statement, newspaper clippings, photographs, resource center correspondence, and Irish documents (1970-2007). 16mm films (DVD copy) show locations: Glenwood Springs, Colo., Camp Hale, Colo., rock climbing school and mules; and contain individuals identified as Clint Boyd, Frank Bollers, Chuck Miller, Nelson Lofsted, Carl Maas, Francis Lovett, Clare Symonds, and Ray Franklin (ca.1943-1944).
Includes two war journals on operation of various firearms, training schedules, military rankings, two sets of laser photocopies, schedule, checklist and handwritten memoir. Photographs of machine gun squad, Company E, 90th Infantry Regiment, Camp Hale, Colorado.
Discusses Pierpont at Camp Hale in December of 1942. Recalls drills and practices in 20 degrees below zero weather. Went to Kiska in July of 1943. Served in Italy taking part in the assault on Mt. Belvedere. Talks about men being killed by minefields and grenades that Germans lobbed when they were pretending to surrender. Recalls partisans who killed Germans at night and his furlough in Rome. Concludes with post war information about the 10th Mountain Division Association.
Includes news clippings and notes for an article from The Independent Family Living, "A Veterans story: Martin Bockelmann, World War II Veteran."
Includes oral history transcript of the accounts of Gallo during his time in World War II.
Handwritten diaries written by Connor while in the United States Army during World War II. Also includes photocopies of diaries.
Ray Jarnstrom's Memoir "Music at Camp Hale" 190th Army Ground Force Band.
Includes manuscript entitled; Chapter X: Military Career ( 54 typed pages), correspondence, roster and organizational charts.
Includes general newspapers clippings, Another Kingdom (book of poetry by Parker), interview transcript CBS news with Parker and Pete Seibert, An Unlikely Encounter (memoir by Parker) and 80th birthday materials. Items relating to the project to duplicate the February 1945 climb of Riva Ridge in 1995, the 50th anniversary of the climb; including correspondence, climbing team roster, articles, maps, itineraries, project descriptions, planning documents and newspaper clippings.
During this radio interview, Morrison recounts a variety of experiences he had with the 10th Mountain Division both during and after World War II. Interview touches on a variety of subjects including his enlistment and training with the 10th, his experiences on the Italian front, and his relationship with the 10th Mountain Division after the War. The end of the tape focuses on the formation and activities of the National Association of the 10th Mountain Division.
Notebook compiled by Prentice contains copies of correspondence, cartoons, newspaper clippings, notes from World War II (1944-1945).
Copies of letters from Phillipsen to his wife during World War II, Bronze Star and Purple Heart citation.
Includes national reunion of the 10th Mountain Division papers; monument dedication; memoir; postcards; newspaper article; photographs (copies), unidentified training company unit photographs and four small photographs of Italian points of interest.