World War, 1939-1945
Found in 295 Collections and/or Records:
Alfred Fahlstedt Papers
Alfred A. Fahlstedt (12/30/1915 - 6/6/1987) was born in Marquette, Michigan. He served in the United States Air Force for 26 years and retired at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 1967. During World War II, Alfred "Bud" served in the European Theater. The collection consists of his escape maps and some personal papers.
Allen duPont Breck Papers
Anderson, Margaret Smith, 1994 April 12
An oral history project of the Republic County Historical Society regarding the effect of World War II on the lives of Republic County people.
Several soldiers in a field, one with binoculars looking skyward, others with anti-aircraft artillery.
Anti-aircraft gunner Konkov--frid00608
Close-up of anti-aircraft gunner Konkov sitting in his gun. He had shot down four German aircraft.
Soldiers with an anti-aircraft gun.
Anti-aircraft guns at night --frid03106, 1943
Anti-aircraft unit of junior sergeant S. E. Korjagin firing at German aircrafts at night.
Arbuthnot, Melissa, 1993 February 16
An oral history project of the Republic County Historical Society regarding the role of women and their experiences on the home front during World War II.
Army Dress Uniform, 1942
2-piece WWII Army dress uniform (tan jacket and matching pants) for summer, worn by Hank Marsarky at his wedding to Bobbe Oberfelder on August 30, 1944 in the Oberfedler's Denver home. Tag inside jacket "Quality by Kuppenheimer." Another tag identifies the jacket as being originally tailored for Mr. Lt. L. S. Mayers Jr., 6/24/1942. Hank was friend with the tailor who originally made the suit for his son who was killed early in the war.
Two soldiers with rifles running over the ground near where a large building is still standing and another structure is on the ground to the right with flames/dust rising.