Hello, I'm looking for images of the treaty of September 3, 1836 between the Menominee tribe and the US Government. The agent of the US Government was Wisconsin Territory Governor Dodge, and Chief OshKosh was the principle agent for the Menominee. I have very low resolution images from an old, defunct website (found on the wayback machine), and… Show more
I am searching for reports from a mission undertaken by 14th Army Air Force intelligence personnel stationed at Kunming, China, immediately following the Japanese surrender in WWII. The mission was from September 25 through October 12, 1945 and was intended to assess the success of Allied bombing campaigns on Japanese-held railroad targets. The… Show more
I am looking for morning and after action reports of Company B, 394th Infantry Regiment, 99th Infantry Division from 1944 to 1945.
Can anyone give me directions on how to search for the names of soldiers from Norway that trained at the Canadian Forces Base Moose Jaw in December 1943?
Seeking information why the famous "Old Hickory" WWII unit (30th Infantry Division) has never received the Presidential Unit Citation? Although, at the end of WWII, the unit was recommended as number one for the Presidential Unit Citation? And, apparently, last year, the honors for Old Hickory were rejected again?
Dear Ms. Collier, Thank you very much for your reply. And my apologies for my late response. Some websites state that Old Hickory has never received the Presidential Unit Citation. And a petition to the White House concerning the Presidential Unit Citation for Old Hickory was issued only a few years ago. So is there somehow a difference…
How can I obtain a picture of Captain Thurston Eskelin, whose grave I adopted at the American cemetery in Margraten, the Netherlands. I did find his family, but they unfortunately have no pictures and hardly any information about Thurston.
I would really like to know who Thurston Eskelin was and how he looked like.
The above picture: With deep respect for Thurston Eskelin, an army captain from California. And with deep respect for the people of Margraten, and of Limburg, the Netherlands (Holland), who adopted the graves of the American men and women at the American Cemetery in Margraten. As a WW2 veteran of Old Hickory told me a couple of years ago…
I have been researching ost battalion 439 in France during the Normandy operations and have stumbled across a image with little information other that the caption 175th IR June 9th 1944 near Lison. The image shows several US troopers in helmets holding Soviet weapons, which Ost Battalion 439 was issued. Several have said this image may have been… Show more