Tag: Army Signal Corps
This post was written by Steve Greene. Steve is the Special Media Holdings Coordinator for the Presidential Libraries System. Previously, he was the audiovisual archivist for the Nixon Presidential Materials. Despite being cataloged, described, and housed at the National Archives for decades, the films created by the U.S. Military during World War II still hold […]
Posted by Audrey Amidon on September 9, 2014, under Military, Motion Pictures.
The story of the North Platte, Nebraska canteen reads more like a Frank Capra movie rather than an Army film production. As the story goes, a rumor had started that a train carrying troops from Nebraska would be arriving at North Platte on Christmas Day 1941. About five hundred townspeople came to greet the train bearing food and […]
Posted by Jim Konicek on August 12, 2014, under Military, Motion Pictures.
This week, part two of our history of Dr. Seuss’s service in Frank Capra’s Army Signal Corps unit during World War II. Last week we told you about Theodor Geisel’s work on the Private Snafu cartoon series, but his war-time service consisted of more than writing verse for delightful animated training films. One of Geisel’s […]
Posted by Audrey Amidon on March 13, 2014, under Military, Motion Pictures.
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