Archive for '- World War II'
This morning in Dallas, TX, the Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero, Senior Archivist Greg Bradsher, and President of the Monuments Men Foundation Robert M. Edsel announced the discovery of two original albums of photographs of paintings and furniture looted by the Nazis. The Monuments Men Foundation will donate these albums, which have [...]
Posted by Hilary on March 27, 2012, under - World War II, News and Events, preservation, Rare Photos.
Tags: 989th Field Artillery Battalion, art, Berchtesgaden, Girl with Two Doves, hitler, Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Monuments Men, Nazis, Nuremberg, Robert Edsel, Rothschild, stolen art, World War II, WWII
Your captions were as sweet and delicious as cold beer on a hot summer’s day! And we knew just who to ask to serve as guest judge: beer enthusiast and information technology specialist Crystal Brooks. Even though Crystal modestly claims to still be a novice when it comes to home brewing, we knew that she [...]
Posted by Hilary on March 8, 2012, under - World War II, Photo Caption Contest, Uncategorized.
Tags: beer, Crystal Brooks, FDR, rations, Roosevelt Presidential Library, Ruppert's Knickerbocker Beer
Apparently the sight of a scantily clad man engrossed in his knitting fired up the imaginations of our readers! We made a cup of tea and settled down to knit one, purl two our way through your many caption submissions. Leg warmers! Greek mythology! Puns! Poor fashion sense! We became so tangled that we turned to guest [...]
Posted by Hilary on March 1, 2012, under - Presidents, - World War II, Photo Caption Contest.
Tags: captions, Elanor Roosevelt, FDR, knitting, Lynn Bassanese, Roosevelt Library, U. S. Detention camp
Today’s guest post comes from Miriam Kleiman of the Public and Media Communications Office. Before joining the Public Affairs staff, I was a researcher for the “Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group.” I reviewed records of Nazi war criminals, including those recruited by the U.S. intelligence. Needless to say, this [...]
Posted by Hilary on January 31, 2012, under - World War II, Myth or History, Unusual documents.
Tags: Adolf Hitler, Army Counter-Intelligence Corps, dentist, ecords of the Army Staff, hitler, Hugo Johannes Blaschke, Psi Omega Zeta, RG 319, teeth
Each January, as frost and snow cover baseball fields across America, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum provides heartwarming news for fans of our national pastime. This is the season when the Baseball Writers’ Association of America elects new members from the ranks of retired ballplayers. When the Hall of Fame was first established [...]
Posted by Gregory Marose on January 24, 2012, under - World War I, - World War II, Prologue Magazine.
Tags: 104th Field Artillery Regiment, Babe Ruth, baseball, Beyond the Box Office, Christy Mathewson, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, New York National Guard, The Bambino, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, war bonds