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Gary Moseley

POWs in Japan, World War II, POW Camps - 1 views

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    "Allied POWS Under the Japanese Site for the detailed study of Guam and All Allied POWS used as SLAVES by the Japanese in World War II Check here first: SEARCH HELPS POW Camp List with LINKS to camp details, rosters, and photographs About Us and Copyright Information The purpose of this site is to provide a primary source of documentation for all of the Allied prisoners of the Japanese during WWII. Our goal is to determine what each man's unit was at capture then record what camps he was taken to and where he was rescued. Where possible, we will provide rosters of the hell ships, and, if a man perished, where, when and how."
Nolichucky Roots

The Civil War Monitor | American Civil War History Magazine - 3 views

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    Website for new quarterly magazine. Includes book reviews, blog, and analysis pieces.
Michael Hait

Civil War pension application files - a rich source of detail - 6 views

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    Many Civil War veterans and their widows or other dependents received pensions from the U. S. government for their support. For those researchers whose ancestors received pensions for service, these files are arguably the single richest record group in terms of information contained within them.
Moultrie Creek

War Grave and Memorial Photographs supplied by The War Graves Photographic Project - 5 views

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    "The aim of The War Graves Photographic Project is to photograph every war grave, individual memorial, MoD grave, and family memorial of serving military personnel from WWI to the present day and make these available within a searchable database. Now working as a joint venture with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, this will enable families, scholars and researchers to obtain, via the CWGC or TWGPP websites, a copy of the photograph of a grave or memorial which for many is impossible to visit due to the location."
Moultrie Creek

Papers of the War Department - 1784 to 1800 - 3 views

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    "Fire destroyed the office of the War Department and all its files in 1800, and for decades historians believed that the collection, and the window it provided into the workings of the early federal government, was lost forever. Thanks to a decade-long effort to retrieve copies of the files scattered in archives across the country, the collection has been reconstituted and is offered here as a fully-searchable digital database."
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    Reviewed in Internet Genealogy magazine Dec/Jan 2010 issue by Diane L. Richard
Michael Hait

Ohio Civil War 150 - 2 views

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    The 150th anniversary of the American Civil War is upon us. The Civil War sesquicentennial (2011-2015) provides a fresh opportunity for a new generation to rediscover the many ways in which Ohioans played a key role in the war and in which the war - "this mighty scourge," as Lincoln described it - changed life in Ohio. The Civil War story in Ohio touches almost every community in the state, and this website is a place for those interested in its vast and fascinating history to come together around the anniversary of that time period.
Craig Manson

Women Airforce Service Pilots - 0 views

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    Browse digital images of photographs, wartime documents, uniforms, and artifacts. View brief descriptions of manuscript collections and oral histories, some with complete transcriptions. These women were the first female puilots employed by the U.S. military.
Sheri Bush

Person Query Input - 0 views

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    Valley Forge Muster Roll
Moultrie Creek

Mexican-American War and the Media - 0 views

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    Virginia Tech's newpaper archives related to the Mexican-American War (1845-1848).
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