Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S667
Scope and Contents This collection includes signed, autographed letters and postcards, printed flyers and a book from various members of the Wade family and others in Ohio, Indiana and Paris, France ranging from 1818 to 1878 and undated regarding family matters, retail and the life of Black Hawk.
File — Folder S281
Scope and Contents This collection contains a single letter from Mr. Colditz from his station in France following the First World War, The letter describes many of the sights in Europe, such as Versailles, Monte Carlo and the ruined city of Eze, where Colditz visited in the aftermath of the War.
Collection — Box P010
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs taken by a military officer, Lieutenant Colonel Goodwin during his time overseas in WWII. Some of the photographs resemble those that would be taken by a person on a sightseeing trip, including pictures of London and Paris. However, most of the photos give a good view of what World War II did to England and the European Continent. There are some before and after bombing photos of England. Also included are pictures of some of the men that Goodwin served with...
Collection — OH271
Scope and Contents This collection contains the materials collected by Berthold Riesterer during his oral history interview with Hermann and Lotte Termeer in May 1980 on the German island of Borkum. Included in this collection are the 8 tapes of the interview, and a transcript of their conversations. All items in this collection are in German.This interview covers various topics about life in Germany during World War II. Topics include: Crystal night, the Jews, the rise of Hitler, life on the home...
File — Folder S310
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, two official government forms and a newspaper article from Anita Stempel and Dieter Michels in Germany and France ranging from 1947-1948 regarding post-World War II life and World War II service.