World War, 1939-1945.
Found in 103 Collections and/or Records:
This collection features 40 photographs of the 74th General Hospital, specifically of Ward 14.
This collection is a single VHS video tape cassette belonging to World War II veteran James G. Moffitt. The cassette is labeled as “22nd Bomb Group, 1942-1944.” The date of creation of the video cassette is unknown.
This collection consists of World War II letters and military pass connected with James Vernon Thompson, Pfc.
This collection features photographs, papers, correspondence, and memorabilia from Jeanne Pawloski's service as a nurse with Detachment A of the 74th General Hospital during World War II.
This collection includes several letters written to World War II soldier Jerome Kaufman, who served with the U.S. Navy, from his family and wife, as well as military documents from his service.
This collection consists of photographs and other materials created and collected by Jesse Saunders McMurry while he was working with the Postal Service in England and France during World War II.
This collection includes two maps of the China-Burma-India theater, headquarters documents, membership records of John H. Allen, a World War II soldier. Also included is Allen's journal of places and connected events and an interview transcript of Allen detailing his time serving in WWII.
This collection consists of three items demonstrating the impact of World War II on Middle Tennessee.
This collection houses the Bronze Star that Kenneth J. Epping earned during World War II and copies of the VFW edition of a four-volume set entitled Pictorial History of the Second World War.
This collection features military records from Kenneth L. Ross's service during World War II. Also included is correspondence during this time. Kenneth L. Ross served in the United States Air Forces as a pilot and aerial bomber.
The Knoxville First Lutheran Church Bulletin, 1944, is one copy of First Lutheran Church's bulletin made for those in service and the congregation. The Bulletin tried to connect local service men and women while they were away, and to keep the local community informed.
This collection features several cloth maps of the landscape, sea, and wind patterns of Eastern Asia dating from World War II.
The Leap Off/World War II CD-ROM is a digital collection of the history of the 404th Fighter Group that served with the 9th Air Force during World War II. The CD-ROM includes photographs and text.
This collection is a typed transcript of a speech given by Lindsey Nelson to the East Tennessee Historical Society. Nelson recounts his experiences leading up to and serving during World War II.
This collection consists of an interview conducted with Lionel Greer in New York, N.Y. Greer, a WWII veteran, was interviewed by the Center for the Study of War and Society in 2003 for the Veteran's Oral History Project.
The London's Daily Mail Weekly Digest Collection, 1944, consists of issues of London's Daily Mail Weekly Digest for several months in 1944.
The Lt. John B. Routien Papers, 1944-1953, contains papers related to Routien's service in the U. S. Army. Included are promotion records, records of leave, health records, and reassignments.
This collection consists of a July 25, 1862 letter from a paroled Civil War solider, military postcards from World War I, and a photograph and clippings from World War II.