Hello everyone! My name is Anthony Cordaro, and I am a major in History here at Loyola University. I have created this guide in Spring 2012 as a part of my History 361 Internship course and I am currently working under the supervision of Jeannette Pierce, the history librarian at LUC.
This guide will help students enrolled in the History 326: The Second World War offered at Loyola Universty Chicago currently taught by Thomas Knapp. The guide highlights important resources, both primary and secondary, that can help enhance your studies in the class. In addition, there is a seperate section devoted to suggested readings that are geared towards the topics covered in the course. Lastly, I have provided a tab dedicated to Chicago style citation to help aid students writing their bibliographies and citing their papers.
Two assault guns knocked out by 9th Air Force fighter-bombers near Modrath, Germany, to ease the advance of the 1st Army to Cologne. Infantrymen, one with a top hat picked up in a nearby town, sit on the disabled vehicle resting on the rim of the crater made by a bomb.
National Archives Identifier:292586.
Series : Ft Leavenworth: Signal Corps Photograph Collection: Equipment File, compiled 1939 - 1965 Record Group 338: Records of U.S. Army Operational, Tactical, and Support Organizations