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Where to Learn More

I am no expert in World War II history.  Each journal entry required me to research and learn about the relevant battles and background. I’m sure to find other sources as I go along, but, for now, I gratefully list the following:

Websites:

http://antiaircraft.org/548.htm  (Normany to the Elbe: The History of the 548th AAA AW Bn (Mbl)

http://www.100thww2.org/anecd/TRANSPORT.html (“Life Aboard a Troop Transport”)

http://www.45thdivision.org/Veterans/Sherman179K.htm – (This is a soldier’s on-line diary. Good day-to-day details.)

http://www.americanmilitaryhistorymsw.com/blog/594331-the-end-of-the-good-war-germany-april-1945/

http://antiaircraft.org/JHindex.htm   (Contains information about various Anti-Aircraft units)

http://www.articles.dailypress.com/1997-02-27/features/9702270255_1_training_kill_marched (About Camp Patrick Henry)

http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USA/USA-A-Anzio/index.html

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/report/other/us-army_germany_1944-46_index.htm

www.greetingsfromcampdavis.com/

http://www.history.army.mil/

http://hobbydog.net/102/February%2023.html  (The story of crossing the Roer River)

www.lee.army.mil/history.aspx  (About Camp Lee in Petersburg/Hopewell area)

http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/rome-arno_diadem_1944.jpg

http://www.nchistoricsites.org/fisher/ww2/ww2.htm (About Fort Fisher in North Carolina)

http://99div.com/olddirect/camp_myles_standish_massachusettes+cb3johnson+43616d70204d796c6573205374616e646973682c204d61737361636875736574746573
(Great description of camp at Boston Port of Embarkation where Al returned to the US)

notsofancynancy.wordpress.com  (Read another family member’s blog of her father’s WW2 experience based on correspondence & photos)

http://www.oldhickory30th.com/CaptureAachenMcDowell.pdf  ( Allies take the city, Aachen, in Belgium.)

http://www.oldmagazinearticles.com/WW2_V-1_Buzz-Bomb_London_Blitz_article_pdf

http://www.skylighters.org/hammer/chapter3.html (discussion about anti-aircraft, automatic weapons units)

http://www.veteransofthebattleofthebulge.org/?p=3130   (Individual stories of various veterans’ time in World War II.)

Document uploaded to www.scribd.com by John Wolfe, entitled “Fifth Army History – Part II- Across the Volturno to the Winter Line”

Document uploaded to www.scribd.com by William F. Ross and Charles F. Romanus, entitled “Quartermaster Corps: Operations in the War Against Germany”

Books:

Atlas of World War II, John Keegan, Collins, Hong Kong, 2006. ISBN 0-06-089077-0

Atlas of World War II, Richard Natkiel World Publications, Massachusetts, 2005. ISBN 1-572215-295-8

Finding Your Father’s War, Jonathan Gawne, Casemate, Drexel Hill, Pa., 2006. ISBN 1-932033-14-9.

History of the Second World War, B.H. Liddell Hart, Da Capo Press, New York, New York, 1999. ISBN 0-306-80912-5.

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