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Chronological file, letters sent and received, 1944-1945. Correspondence includes among others:
Bradley, General Omar
Brooke, Sir Basil
Clark, General Mark W.
Coulter, Major General John B.
Devers, General Jacob L.
Eisenhower, General Dwight D.
Kellogg, Colonel Hamilton H.
Leclerc, General Jacques-Phillipe (France)
Lee, Lieutenant General Robert M.
Littlejohn, General Robert M.
Lovett, Brigadier General Ralph B.
Marshall, General George C.
McNair, Lieutenant General Lesley J.
Pancake, William C.
Patton, Lieutenant General George S.
Rixey, Brigadier General George F.
Wheeler, Lieutenant General Raymond A.
Wilson, General Arthur
Wyman, General William C.
Alphabetical file, 1945-1968
Ditzen, Lowell R.
Maule, Henry R.
Mercedes-Benz of North America, Inc.
SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1945-1946
"To Officers and Men of XV Corps, Commemorating the Capture of Nurnberg," 21 April, 1945
"General Eisenhower,'s Life."
SUBJECT FILE, 1941-1972
"Army Green Uniform," S. J. Kennedy and Alice Park
"Battle of National Redoubt," R. E. Jenkins, 1946
Churchill, Winston, greets Army ahd Navy officers, 1946
Citations and awards
L'Ecole Superieure De Guerre, alumni bulletin, 1965
XV Corps in France
XV Corps in World War II
General orders, 1941-1945
Special orders, combat reports, XV Corps, 1944-1945
Personnel security questionnaire
President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization, notebook containing proposals, 1953
United States Military Academy report, "Assembly," 1972
United States War Department General Staff, file
West, O. B., "Atlantic Wall to Siegfried Line, A Study In Command," military operations and strategic matters within the Western Theater of Operations, World War II, and descriptions of the German Operations, World War II, and descriptions of the German Commanders involved, includes Generals: Blumentritt; von Buttlar; von Rundstedt; Speidel; and Zimmermann
United States Army, 100th Infantry Division in the European Theater of Operations