|Title:||Warren Jenson Collection, 1943,2000|
|Arrangement:||The collection is arranged chronologically.|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThe Warren Jenson Collection utilizes modern-day as well as WWII era newspaper clippings to detail the events of WWII. Modern day newspaper clippings focus on D-Day. Also includes in this collection is an oral history by Warren Jenson, which features a personal account of D-Day.
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|Acquisition Source:||Warren Jenson|
|Preferred Citation:||Warren Jenson Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections|
|Processing Information:||Box-level description available for collection in the UNT Archives. Please contact the UNT Archives for more information.|
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Box 2 of the Warren Jenson collection.Barcode: 7081
- World War II
This publication features American Memorials and Overseas Military Cemeteries. It was published by the American Battle Monuments Commission in 1970. It includes an overview of the American Battle Monuments Commission, WWI and WWII cemeteries, instructions to visitors, and instructions of how to decorate graves. Each military cemetery or memorial is detailed in terms of location and of battle significance. A map is included of the cemeteries and memorials of the WWII European theater. It includes handwritten notes.
City edition of the Times-Picayune which details the memoirs of WWII veterans. This section is dedicated to counting down to the opening of the D-Day Museum in New Orleans.
This publication is dedicated to WWII vetrans and honors the memories of D-Day, those who fell and those who still stand, with a feature story. Item is volume 123, no. 13 of this publication.
City Edition of the Times-Picayune honors the 56th Anniversary of D-Day. This entire section is dedicated to covering the opening of the D-Day Museum in New Orleans and the events which occurred during the opening of the museum.