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    World War II Archive Autograph Collection of 106 letters (many ALsS) and signatures of Generals and Admirals comprising: Mountbatten of Burma (2 signatures), Ernest J. King (signature and signed photograph), William D. Leahy (ANS and signed White House card), Anthony McAuliffe, Lyman L. Lemnitzer, Walter Krueger (2), John R. Hodge (6), Thomas T. Handy (5), H. Kent Hewitt (3), Lewis B. Hershey (4), J. F. Jelley, Sanderford Jarman, Jules James, F. J. Horne (3), W. M. Hoge (2), C. T. Joy, Courtney H. Hodges, Harold H. Hamilton, Harry W. Hill, E. L. Gunther, J. L. Hall, Jr. (2), William H. Hobson, Jack W. Heard, Philip Hayes, W. K. Harrill, H. R. Harmon, E. F. Harding, Julian S. Hatcher, Harry H. Johnson, Felix L. Johnson (2), G. F. Hussey, Jr. (2), LeRoy P. Hunt, C. R. Huebner, Alan W. Jones, W. H. Kasten (2), Frank A. Keating (3), Monroe Kelly (2), F. S. Kendall, Paul W. Kendall (2), S. S. Kennedy, George M. Kenney (3), Geoffrey Keyes (2), C. E. Kilbourne, Thomas C. Kinkaid (6), E. M. Lowes, Frank E. Lowe, Maxon S. Lough, Charles A. Lockwood (3), Earl C. Long, William G. Livesay, Will E. Lauer, Henry L. Larsen, E. S. Land, Joseph T. McNarney, C. H. McMorris (7), Glen C. McBride, Robert B. McClure, Ross T. McIntire, Raymond S. McLain (3).

    Also present is a rare original printing of U.S. Senate Document No. 47, 16 pages, 5.75" x 9", titled: Atrocities and Other Conditions in Concentration Camps in Germany - Report of the Committee requested by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower through the Chief of Staff, Gen. George C. Marshall to the Congress of the United States Relative to Atrocities and Other Conditions in Concentration Camps in Germany... (Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945), "...Presented by Mr. Barkley May 15 (legislative day, April 16), 1945 - Referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations and ordered to be printed." Subheadings in this report include: "Medical Experiment Building," "The Body-Disposal Plant or Crematory," "Camp Dora at Nordhausen," and "Dachau." Also included is the Congressional Record of May 15, 1945, 126 pages, 9" x 11.5", which includes the complete "Atrocities" report on pages 4688-4694. Good condition. 108 items. From the Henry E. Luhrs Collection.

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    October, 2006
    12th-13th Thursday-Friday
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