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The Last 100 Days (continued)
Gerngross, Rupprecht
BOX 7 Göring, Hermann
Goebbels, Joseph
Guderin, Heinz-Wilhelm
Henrici, Sigfrid
Himmler, Heinrich
Hitler, Adolf
Kesselring, Albert
Kleist, Peter
Manteuffel, Hasso von
Operation Bernhard
BOX 8 Reichhelm, Gũnther
Ribbentrop, Joachim
Schörner, Ferdinand
(2 folders)
Skorzeny, Otto
Steiner, Felix
Von Braun, Wernher
Vlasov, A. A.
(2 folders)
Wenck, Walther
(2 folders)
Research material
BOX 9 Operation Sunrise
(5 folders)
Remagen Bridge
(1 folder)
BOX 10 (5 folders)
BOX 11 U.S. infantry reports
Operations of the 2nd Battalion, 311th Infantry (78th Infantry Division) in the attack on Kesternich, Germany, 30 January 1-February 1945 (Rhineland Campaign), Captain John H. Barner, Infantry
Operations of the 2nd Battalion, 358th Infantry (90th Infantry Division) at the River Crossing Stoubach, Luxembourg, 28 February 1945 (Rhineland Campaign), Captain Eugene N. Axtell, Infantry
Operation of Company F, 30th Infantry (3rd Infantry Division) in the crossing of the Rhine River near Worms, Germany, 26-27 March 1945, Captain Clayton H. Moore, Jr., Infantry
Operations of an advance command post party 411th Infantry, 103rd Infantry Division in the vicinity of Marktwald, Germany, 27 April 1945, Captain Charles T. Boyle, Infantry
Operations of Company E, 353rd Infantry Regiment, (89th Infantry Division), in the assault crossing the Rhine River in the vicinity of Oberwessel, Germany, 26-28 March 1945 (Central Europe Campaign), Major William E. Rigel, Infantry
Operations of Company A, 1st Battalion, 168th Infantry (34th Division) in the breakthrough of German Apennine Line, 18-20 April 1945 (Po Valley Campaign), Major Willis H. Davis, Infantry
Operations of Company E, 253rd Infantry (63rd Infantry Division) in a limited attack east of Untergriesheim, Germany, 4-7 April 1945, Captain Angelo E. Pilla, Infantry
Operations of Company B, 179th Infantry (45th Infantry Division) in the Rhine River crossing North of Worms, Germany, 25-26 March 1945, 1st Lt. Ira A. Palm, Infantry
Operations of Company I, 10th Infantry (5th Infantry Division) vicinity of Ecternach, Germany, 6-13 February 1945 (Rhineland Campaign), Major William F. West, Infantry
Operations of Company “A,” 354th Infantry Regiment (89th Infantry Division) in the Rhine River crossing at Wellmich, Germany, 25-26 March 1945 (Central Europe Campaign), Captain John A. Meads, Infantry
Operations of Company A, 271st Infantry, (69th Infantry Division) in the attack on Eilenberg, northeast of Leipzig, Germany, 21-25 April 1945 (Central European Campaign), Captain John A. Austin, Infantry
Operations of Company G, 271st Infantry (69th Infantry Division) in the capture of Weissenfels, Germany, 12-14 April 1945 (Central European Campaign), Captain Leslie H. Halstead, Infantry
BOX 12 Armed infantry attack (Limbourg), Captain Merritt B. Booth
Effective use of organic antitank weapons in the defense, Captain David E. Wade
Employment of the 60mm mortar in the attack, Captain Lyman H. Hammond, Jr.
Photocopied excerpts from The Nemesis of Powerby John Wheeler-Bennett; Escape to Actionby Sir Brian Horrocks; Eichmann in Jerusalemby Hannah Arendt; and The Dance of Deathby Erich Kern
Photocopied excerpts from The Invasion of France and Germany, 1944-1945by Samuel Eliot Morison; Franz von Papen, Memoirs; Defeat in the Westby Milton Shulman; Confessions of “the Old Wizard” [Hjalmar Schacht] by Schacht; The German Army in the Westby General Siegfried Westphal; Decision in Germanyby Lucius D. Clay; Calculated Riskby Mark D. Clark; and The Victory Campaign, 1944-1945 [official Canadian army history]; Directives for Germany by [ ] Hammond
Background booklets
"Liberation in the South Tyrolese Dolomites.”
Ricordi di Prigonia
Campo 64/Z, Campo di Liubotin
BOX 13 Interviews
Testimonies from East German refugees
(7 folders)
Documents from Hungarian war history, translated by Hungarian officials for Toland [by WGA-e, 22 West 48th Street, New York]
BOX 14 “A” miscellaneous
“B-H” miscellaneous
(6 folders)
BOX 15 “J-L” miscellaneous
(2 folders)
Leipzig, Germany
“M-Z” miscellaneous
(7 folders)
BOX 16 Correspondence
“A-G” miscellaneous
(9 folders)
BOX 17 “H-S” miscellaneous
(12 folders)
Skorzeny, Otto
“T-Z” miscellaneous
(5 folders)
BOX 18 Original draft
Parts I- II
BOX 19 Parts III- IV
BOX 20 Second draft
Chapters 1-23 with remarks by Robert Loomis, editor
BOX 21 Chapters 24-32
Third draft
Chapters 1-8
BOX 22 Chapters 9-25
BOX 23 Chapters 26-33
Final corrections
BOX 24 Readers' reactions
Various draft versions
Look condensation
BOX 25 Proofs
BOX 26 Proofs
BOX 27 Proofs
BOX 28 Printer's final typescript
BOX 29 Galley sheets
BOX 30 Photographs
BOX 31 Maps
BOX 32 Miscellany, including postcards, note cards, and slides
BOX 33-56 Battle, the Story of the Bulge
Correspondence, interviews, photographs, maps, drafts, proofs, printed matter, and other background material relating to the writing and publication of the book.
Arranged by topic or type of material.
BOX 33 American military units
Armed divisions, 3rd- 11th
(8 folders)
BOX 34 Airborne division, 17th, 82nd, 101st
(3 folders)
1st -4th and 26th Division
(4 folders)
28th Division, 109th Regiment
BOX 35 28th Division, 110th Regiment
28th Division, 112th Regiment
30th Division
35th Division
75th Division
5th, 9th, 76th, and 80th Division
83rd, 84th, 87th, and 90th Division
99th Division, 393rd Regiment
99th Division, 394th Regiment
99th Division, 395th Regiment
106th Division, 422nd Regiment
BOX 36 106th Division, 423rd Regiment
106th Division, 424th Regiment
14th Cavalry Group
VII Corps
VIII Corps
1st Army
3rd Army
Air force
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