Subject Source: NafScope Note: Also known as: Belgique; België; Bélgica; Royaume de Belgique; Kingdom of Belgium http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n80126041
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
George E. Adams, Jr. Papers and Photographs
Abstract Collection of materials related to the military service of Second Lieutenant George E. Adams Jr., who served as a reconnaissance pilot in World War II.
Nancy Harkness Collection of World War I Photograph Albums
Abstract Three albums of World War I photographs depicting various squadrons and corps of the United States Air Service stationed along the French-German border during and after the war.
Wilbur D. Kennedy Collection
Abstract Wilbur D. Kennedy, 1893-1943, was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and served as a pilot in the 12th Aero Squadron during World War I. Collection contains photographs, correspondence, military records, and other assorted materials relating to his World War I service.
Robert K. Mason B-17 Incident Report and Photographs Collection
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection The collection consists of an incident report and photographs of a B-17G crew, 490th Bomber Group, 850th Squadron, based in Eye, East Anglia, England with its aircraft that was damaged by enemy fire during a bombing mission on March 9, 1945. The two-page report by B-17 pilot Robert Mason describes that the crew came under flak fire en route to their bombing target: railroad yards in Frankfurt, Germany. A shell passed through the No. 2 engine in the left wing without exploding. After...
Opray Family Papers
Abstract Joseph E. Opray (1919-1992) was born in Oregon and served in World War II with the United States Army 635th Tank Battalion. The collection contains primarily World War II era materials including a scrapbook, several issues of the Stars and Stripes newspaper and assorted ephemera, including a poem, "A Hitch in Hell" by Joe Opray. There are also issues of the 1919 newsletterThe Dirigible from the...
Found in: The Museum of Flight Archives / Opray Family Papers
World War I Stereographs
Abstract Seven (7) stereoscopic photographs of World War I scenes.
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