Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include narrative, articles and photographs regarding Francis Keith Davis' service in the U.S. Army during World War II. Narrative details many of his experiences from a Field Artillery Observation Battery. Most noteworthy are his experiences from the Battle of the Bulge and the liberation of a concentration camp at Ohrdruf. Davis writes of the atrocities of World War II. He also includes many photocopied photographs and newspaper articles. Dated 1944-1945, 1995, 1996-2001.
Contains illustrated diaries by Richard L. Gunn documenting his work with BYU Travel Study. Includes detailed descriptions of individual tours with embedded photographs to areas including Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America. Dated 1986-2004.
Materials contain a narrative of Henry Clair Tracy's experiences from his induction in the U.S. Army to the end of World War II. He discusses spending a lot of time in hospitals because of malaria and jungle rot, but still being able to take part in many offensive operations in New Guinea. He tells of an experience of "mopping up" that affected him greatly. Dated 1994.
Materials include a narrative which examines Holbert D. Bright's training and World War II experiences in the U.S. Army from landing on Omaha Beach to the end of the war. Contains maps of the European Theater which show in great detail, the routes taken by both the 2nd Infantry Division and the 144th Field Artillery Corps in Europe. Photograph shows Bright in full military dress at war's end. Dated before 2000.
File includes an emailed copy of James Franklin Brooksby's obituary, a brief military autobiography, and a brief history of the 379th Bombardment Group. There is also a map of Europe showing his 35 flight missions during the war. Dated before August 2, 2014.