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World War (1939-1945)

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Scope Note: Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

African Oral History Collection

Identifier: WUA-01-wua00486
Scope and Contents This collection is made up of entirely all digital files. Contact University Archivist for access: (314) 935-9730 or Series 1 is Washington University’s African Oral History Project (AOHP) Administrative Files which include administration files such as forms, guidelines, and meeting notes. Series 2 is Washington University’s African Oral History Project (AOHP) Interviews which cover the following interview...

David Hughes Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: WUA-04-wua00465
Scope and Contents

The David Hughes Papers consists of photocopies of a personal log maintained by Hughes during his flight training at naval air stations in Pensacola and Jacksonville, Florida, and in San Diego, California, from April 18, 1943, to April 10, 1944. Also included are a photocopy of an additional short story written by Hughes, photographs, and copies of Washington University Magazine featuring articles concerning Hughes personal log.

Laurie Lee Letter

 Collection — Box VMF 10, Folder: 6
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf097
Scope and Contents

1944 June 29. Autograph letter signed from Lee to Wilma [Gregory] promising to send a copy of his book, and describing the London bombardment during World War II. 2 pages

W. Roy Mackenzie Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: WUA-03-wua00101
Scope and Contents

These papers comprise of Mackenzie’s notes from courses that he taught at Washington University, a few personal writings, and numerous items that chronicle his interest in military matters from World War I and World War II.

Walter Goldschmidt during World War II

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Identifier: WUA00501-001

Walter M. Goldschmidt Papers

Identifier: WUA-06-wua00510
Scope and Contents The Walter M. Goldschmidt Papers includes approximately 400 letters written by Goldschmidt to his parents, Herman and Gertie Goldschmidt, during his time in the European Civil Affairs Division, 1943-1946, in England, France, Belgium and Germany. Topics of note include a visit to the Goldschmidt hometown in Biebesheim, Germany, the concentration camp in Flossenbürg, Germany, and finding the parents of Fred Katz in Brussels. (Katz was living with Goldschmidt's parents in Chicago after fleeing...

Eugene F. Zimmerman Papers

Identifier: WUA-04-wua00104