World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Latter Day Saint
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Contains materials relating to Blake's life during the war and his mission. Includes a tyepwritten history of Blake's correspondence with a German prisoner of war, a letter in German, a history of prisoners of war in Orem during World War II, images of some of these prisoners, and a history of the end of Blake's mission to Germany. Dated 1943-2009.
Contains the research materials of Alan Frank Keele, including notes, clippings, letters, photocopies of primary sources, and interviews about Germany during World War II. His research focuses mainly on Helmuth Hübener and Walter Kempowsky, who resisted Hitler during World War II. Materials dated 1988 to 2001.
Includes interviews with veterans conducted by Don E. Norton, a retired English professor in Utah, and recorded on cassette tapes and optical discs. Also selected transcripts, bound histories, and a scrapbook. Interviews include Latter-day Saint veterans who served in World War II or other United States-involved wars. Interviews include war experiences and biographical narrative. Dated approximately 1944 to 2017.
Describes being captured by the Japanese in the Philippines during World War II, the Bataan Death March, and his three and one-third years as a prisoner of war in the Philippines and Japan. Also included are two photographs of Poole in his military uniform and a note stating that his son later served in Japan as a missionary for the Mormon Church. Also on microfilm.
Contains photographs of Rice during his time serving in the Army, an introduction of his life written by his wife Ruth including his childhood in Wyoming, his college experience as a student and faculty member, and his experience in the Army. In addition, it includes a collection of letters Leonard wrote to his family from January 1944-December 1945 transcribed digitally into Word documents.
Includes handwritten letters written by Dean Thornock to his wife Lu Jean Robinson Thornock. Each of these writings were written to LuJean (who lived in various locations including California, Idaho, and Montana) from his time in the Philippines during World War II. Also includes a birthday and Christmas card for her. Materials dated 1944-1945.
Jacobsen writes about being held in captivity by the Japanese for three and one-half years in the Philippines and Japan during World War II. Comments on the strength that he derived from his belief in the Mormon Church and in his family.