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Memorandum of Arthur Schmon's trip to Italy, 1939
A 5 page document, detailing Arthur Schmon’s impressions of Italy in 1939. Mr. Schmon described the impression that Mussolini left on the people of Italy. Mussolini was viewed as “one of the people”, despite his ...
Memorandum of Arthur Schmon's trip to Germany, 1939
A 10 ½ page document outlines Mr. Schmon’s impressions of Germany in 1939. Both Arthur and Celeste felt that they were “objects of curiosity” in an atmosphere of tension. Mr. Schmon described Germany as a military ...
Letter to Helen and Art Lees from "Bill" William Coolin, 31 March 1940
The letter begins with a note of congratulations for the birth of Peter Joseph Lees on March the 2nd. Coolin then passes on a note of condolence for the passing of Helen's Mother. William Coolin then describes his week ...
Letter to Helen and Art Lees from "Bill" William Coolin, 28 July 1940
This letter discusses William Coolin's time working in the "office" and he mentions that he would like to make the Divisional staff to get out of the office. He also mentions that he experienced his first air raid. He ...
Letter to Helen and Art Lees from "Bill" William Coolin 2 February 1940
In the letter, William Coolin mentions that he is safe in England after "a sub tried to attack our convoy, with the result that another German sub lies at the bottom of the ocean." He mentions that he has been at the ...