Writing, printed matter, videotape cassettes, and miscellany, relating to training of Chinese troops by American instructors at the Ramgarh Training Center during World War II. Video use copies of videotape available.
Relates to strategic planning during World War II, and to subsequent American military engineering and other military activities. Interview conducted by the United States Army Corps of Engineers Office of History.
Relates to psychological readjustment of American prisoners of war in Germany during World War II. Ph.D. dissertation, University for Humanistic Studies. Includes research materials assembled for the dissertation, among them memoirs of R. W. Peterson, memoirs of other American prisoners, memoirs of Fritz Taeuber (commandant of Stalag IXA), reports on the camps, printed matter, and photographs.
Correspondence and clippings, relating primarily to grand strategy during World War I and to effects of the war on American commerce and finance. Consists mainly of correspondence between A. L. Conger and his brother, Kenyon B. Conger, in 1914.
Relates to the development of the Bradley Fighting Machine by the FMC Corporation and the question of its adoption by the United States Army. Speech given at the Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pa. Includes audiovisual material used to illustrate the speech.
Video tapes of interviews of Colonel John Van Vliet, Jr., and Lieutenant Colonel Donald Stewart, U.S. Army, German prisoners in World War II, relating to their participation in a German-organized committee to investigate the Katyn Forest massacre in 1943.
Memorandum relating to the warning by E. E. Schwien of the impending German attack in the Battle of the Bulge; and two letters, from Major General H. R. Vaughan, military aide to the president, and from President Harry Truman.
Phonotapes and typewritten transcripts of interviews of General Bruce Palmer, Jr., commander, United States Forces, Dominican Republic, 1965, relating to city fighting in the Dominican Republic; and of Lieutenant Colonel John Plantikow, United States Army, relating to city fighting in the European Theater during World War II.