The Resource When the fighting stopped : the men in a unit of combat, engineers acting like themselves

When the fighting stopped : the men in a unit of combat, engineers acting like themselves

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When the fighting stopped : the men in a unit of combat, engineers acting like themselves, 1945
Title
When the fighting stopped : the men in a unit of combat, engineers acting like themselves
Inclusive dates
1945
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Language
eng
Summary
When the fighting stopped: the men in a unit of combat, engineers acting like themselves is a reprint of an informal army newspaper published by David Silvette and John Cornacchio, members of Company B, 327 Engineer Combat Battalion, when the battalion was stationed in Germany immediately after the end of World War II. The newspaper, titled THE BEE STINGER, then CHAINS AND PAINS contains anecdotes and cartoons depicting the life and duty of American soldiers in occupied Germany
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Biographical or historical data
David Silvette and John Cornacchio published this newspaper during their service as members of Company B, 327 Engineer Combat Battalion, stationed in Germany at the end of World War II.
Cataloging source
Vi
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When the fighting stopped : the men in a unit of combat, engineers acting like themselves
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
1
Immediate source of acquisition
McIver, Helen, Mrs.
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000491378
Reproduction note
Photocopies.
Type of unit
v. (65 leaves)

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