World War (1939-1945)
Subject Source: Fast (Faceted Application Of Subject Terminology)
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The papers consist primarily of documents and photographs dating from Kibler's World War II service with the 12th Army Group, European Theater. Included are memoranda to and from Kibler and other senior officers (1943-1945); HQ 12th Army Group Commanding General's briefings (1944-1945); reports, including "Reports of the General Board, United States Forces, European Theater" (G-3 Section); photographs, and organizational charts.
Scope and Contents Certificate (in French) appointing LTC Belden an honorary member of the French Foreign Legion in recognition of services rendered
Scope and Contents Papers relating to C. Clement Richardson's service in the U. S. Navy during World War II primarily at Quoddy Village, Maine, which was a Navy Sea Bee base named Camp Lee-Stephenson during World War II. Includes documents concerning his service record; some material about operations at the Camp; photographs taken taken at the Camp and in the vicinity.
Scope and Contents Citation, "in grateful memory of Charles M. Millar who died in the service of his country", 1946, signed by President Harry S. Truman. Certificate, humorous,1943, U. S.S. Henderson, "Solemn Mysteries of the Ancient Order of the Deep"
Collection — Box MS0535
Scope and Contents The collection consists of completed military service survey forms. The survey bears the title "Military Service Biography Summary, Brother Rat, Class of '33". Information includes dates of active duty, duty assignments, and "interesting assignments and experiences"
Scope and Contents Scrapbook presented to the Virginia Military Institute by the students of the College of Avranches (France)" as a token of their gratitude to General Patton, the Liberator of Avranches." Contains drawings, photographs, postcards and maps detailing the history of the town from its founding through the end of World War II.
Scope and Contents Certificate issued to some members of the 29th Infantry Division certifying their service from "D-Day to St. Lo". Signed by Maj. Gen. Charles H. Gerhardt
Scope and Contents Moss's first diary entry begins on page 13 and is dated September 13, 1943, the day his unit departed for overseas duty, and the last is D-Day, June 6, 1944. During the bulk of this period his unit was in Italy at Anzio Beachhead and vicinity. Moss describes action at Anzio, German air attacks, unit casualities, and other events relating to the military campaign.
Found in: Virginia Military Institute Archives