Cornelius Ryan WWII papers, box 007, folder 05: Elmer G. Shindle
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Acknowledgements: Transcripts made possible in part by the generous support of Canadian Research and Mapping Association (CRMA) volunteers and the organization’s Project ‘44 web map: https://www.project44.ca/
Box number: 007
Catalog record: http://alice.library.ohio.edu:80/record=b5041891~S7
Digitization note: Ohio University Libraries has selected materials from this folder for digitization that a) are of high research interest; b) focus on respondents' WWII experiences; and c) are original documents, unique to the Ryan collection. In some cases, a limited amount of undigitized ancillary material may be available for reference upon request.
Collection finding aid: https://www.ohio.edu/library/collections/archives-special-collections/manuscripts/cornelius-ryan
Copyright status: In copyright
Respondent: Shindle, Elmer G.
Digital collection description: This digital collection contains a subset of the analog research files of author and war correspondent Cornelius Ryan, collected for use in his three major books on World War II: The Longest Day (D-Day), The Last Battle (Battle of Berlin), and A Bridge too Far (Operation Market Garden). Common document types are questionnaires and interviews of those who participated in or witnessed the battles and surrounding events.
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Folder number: 05
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Format-AAT: letters (correspondence); questionnaires
Series: The Longest Day
Repository: Ohio University Libraries. Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections
Respondent- nationality: United States of America
Respondent- formation: 29th Infantry Division
Respondent- unit: 116th Infantry Regiment
Respondent- rank (during this event): Technician Fourth Grade
Respondent- branch of service: Army
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Copyright status note: Ohio University Libraries does not own the copyright to these items.
Collection: Cornelius Ryan Collection of World War II Papers
Subject-LCSH: World War, 1939-1945; World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- France -- Normandy; World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives
Title: Cornelius Ryan WWII papers, box 007, folder 05: Elmer G. Shindle
DCMI type: text
Repository: Ohio University Libraries - Digital Archival Collections