World War, 1939-1945--Germany
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: 01/MS 00088
Scope and Contents 91 photos of African Americans during World War II. Many of the photos are labeled Wissmar (captured by Ally forces May 2, 1945) and Frankfurt, Germany. Some names of the soldiers are printed on the back of the photographs. Most of the photos are not dated and depict men in their uniforms near military vehicles and in a casual setting. Some photographs are of the men with local (civilian dress) women.
Identifier: MS 00116
Content Description Letters written by Charles Avery to Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap while at school at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT, and from Camp Pickett in Virginia where he was a member of the 78th "Lightning" Division Infantry. Avery followed the 78th over to Europe in late 1944 where they fought to defeat the German Army.
Identifier: UA 6.062
Scope and Contents Series 1 (Acc. 1999.059) contains correspondence regarding the School of Jurisprudence (now the Marshall-Wythe School of Law), the Faculty Club, the Quarterly Millennium Celebration, and notes on the teaching of law at William and Mary for the years 1931-1943. Series 2 (Acc. 2008.308) contains material acquired by Dr. Theodore Sullivan Cox in Germany during the Allied occupation after World War II. Includes British, US American and French military bulletins, manuals and pamphlets...
Identifier: SC 00901
Scope and Contents Diary of an unidentified member of the U.S. Army, who spent 1943-1945 in Germany as an interpreter. He describes the trip from New York City to Europe, training in England, and finally his tour of duty in the Rhineland, passing through France and Belgium on the way.German cities mentioned are Aachen, Duisburg, Muelheim and Essen. The author was accompanying a battalion of engineers and he describes their work on bridges, checking for sabotage like mines and booby traps. He also...
Identifier: 01/Mss. 1.02
Scope and Contents The Ephemera Collection contains material primarily acquired for teaching. It includes material in various formats, most of which have been previously published. The collection is currently being processed and new items will be added on an ongoing basis. For this reason, the indicated date range is approximate at this point.
Identifier: SC 01125
Scope and Contents Two diaries, January 1941-December 1942, kept by a German school girl. Both volumes are called "Kriegstagebuch" (War Diaries) and were most likely part of an regular school assignment or created under direction of the "Bund Deutscher Maedel" which was a constituent of the Hitler Youth.For the most part the entries document events of war like battles, news from occupied territories and the occasional news of members of the National Socialist Party or of military personnel. The nature...
Identifier: SC 01127
Scope and Contents This volume is a combination of printed calendar, yearbook and diary, kept by Ingeborg Hartmann (b. 1919). It is titled "Der Merker, Jugendjahrbuch des BDU" and was published by the "Verlag des Volksbundes fuer das Deutschtum im Ausland," Berlin. The printed content is propaganda supporting the German national-socialist regime and its politics, and contains a photograph of and quotations by Adolf Hitler. Other printed content are short articles about ethnic German communities abroad, ...
Identifier: MS 00257
Content Description Collection of 173 letters mainly addressed to Gracie Brunjes, Walter’s girlfriend who resided in Glendale on Long Island, NY. There are also two letters addressed to his mother, delivered via correspondence to Gracie. In the letters, Oehlman relates his experiences at Boot Camp at Fort Dix and subsequent training at Camp Croft. He also writes while stationed overseas while he was embedded with Company K in the 39th Infantry Regiment in Belgium and Germany. Most of his letters relate his...