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Identifier: MS 003
Overview The booklets contained in this collection deal with the Soviet Army and were compiled by the United States Defense Intelligence Agency and the Combat Studies Institute. The reports are from the U.S. Army regarding the operations the 12th Army Group and the 4th Armored Division underwent during 1944-1945.
Identifier: MS 001
Overview The collection contains items on the American Revolution, the Civil War, World War I, World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam Conflict. Correspondence, memorabilia, telegrams, photographs, declassified Army documents, reports, newspapers, journals, manuscripts, teaching materials, and transcripts of interviews are among many things that are a part of this distinctive collection.
Identifier: MS 011
Overview The Edmund Pfannenstiel Collection includes wartime logs, letters and correspondence, service records and honors from his time as a prisoner of war in Stalag IX B during World War II.
Identifier: MS 012
Scope and Contents The collection is from Lawrence E. Osswald’s time in Hays, Kansas where he served as Corporal in the US Army 480th MPEG Company in a American Prisoner-of War camp for Germans POW’s. The camp was located on the grounds of the Agricultural Experiment Station [currently the KSU Agricultural Research Center] South of Hays. Most of the photographs are copies of pictures that were taken by L. C. Aicher who was the superintendent at the Fort Hays Experiment Station during this time. Film no....
Identifier: MS 002
Scope and Contents There are 6 series in this collection. Newspapers: contains articles from World War II, D-Day, and Desert Storm.Paschal: contains papers, newsletters, photographs, speeches, articles, cassette tapes, and copies of declassified government documents relating Edmund Pfannenstiel’s efforts on behalf of his fellow POW’s as Man of Confidence in Stalag 9B. Mr. Pfannenstiel was a native of Munjor, Kansas. Periodicals: various periodicals including American Legion...