Tag Archives: Army Signal Corps

Mechanical Computers and Sound Collectors: World War I Anti-Aircraft Technology

This post was written by Harry Snodgrass. Harry is working on a project to preserve and digitize World War I and World War II films and photographs. As we remember and applaud our veterans for their service on Veterans Day, … Continue reading

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The First D-Day Documentary

This post was written by Steve Greene. Steve is the Special Media Holdings Coordinator for the Presidential Libraries System. Previously, he was the audiovisual archivist for the Nixon Presidential Materials. Despite being cataloged, described, and housed at the National Archives … Continue reading

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Supporting Troops on the Homefront: The North Platte, Nebraska Canteen

The story of the North Platte, Nebraska canteen reads more like a Frank Capra movie rather than an Army film production. As the story goes, a rumor had started that a train carrying troops from Nebraska would be arriving at North Platte on … Continue reading

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Dr. Seuss Beyond Snafu: Your Job in Germany

This week, part two of our history of Dr. Seuss’s service in Frank Capra’s Army Signal Corps unit during World War II.  Last week we told you about Theodor Geisel’s work on the Private Snafu cartoon series, but his war-time … Continue reading

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