By Perri Hamilton
|Title:||William Gill World War II War Crimes and POW Collection|
|Primary Creator:||William R. Gill|
|Arrangement:||The collection preserves the orgininal order of the papers.|
|Date Acquired:||07/27/1999. More info below under Accruals.|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsClippings and copies of papers that document the prisoner of war camps in Japan. The papers include correspondence, papers used in the prosecution of war crimes, and clippings
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|Accruals:||99-005, 99-004, 2001-006|
|Acquisition Source:||William Gill|
|Related Materials:||William Walker World War II Collection For more information please see http://findingaids.library.unt.edu/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=554.|
|Preferred Citation:||William Gill World War II War Crimes and POW Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections|
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"The Conduct Ilse Koch War Crimes Trial"
Copies of documents concerning the 73rd Bombardment Wing.
Copies of articles or book chapters on bombardment wings in the Pacific in World War II.
A xerox copy of "The Army Air Forces in Worl War II: Combat Chronology" compiled by Kit C. Carter and Robert Mueller concerning the Twentieth Air Force. "Historic Maxwell Air Force Base: Driving Tour Booklet"
Copies of "Missing Air Crew Report" and other documents.
These pages are copies of listings of Libraris holding military Information.
Biographical essay, forms, and documents concerning World War II in the pacific.
Ed Barhard's letters to William Gill
Letters secured as a result of a general search letter which requested help. The letters are from: Sheldon F. Edlridge, Ingrant Hermanson, Harris R. Owens, Mr. Mollwitz, George T. Broscoe, Rowan Kelknap, and Katherine D. Naff.
Letters between Colonel Rollin C. Reineck and William R. Gill.
1) "A Compilation of Biographical Source Documents Concerning Major William Heral Walker, U. S. Army Air Force (1919-1945) a Prisoner of War in Japan During World War II by William R. Gill and Davis P. Newton and A Biography of Major William H. Walkers by Elizabeth D. Schafer"; 2) "Waler Biography Distribution List"; 3-5) American Red Cross documents and correspondence; 6)Depatment of the Air Force letter; 7)"USS Benevolence, 1945-1947"; 8) "Warrior Without Weapons"; 9) "The Biology of Human Starvation"; 10-11) Broadside requesting information of William H. Walker and correspondence; 12) "Point of No Return."
Jean Balch correspondence that contains documents and a photograph.
Correspondence between William R. Eustis and William R. Gill.
This folder contains information on the POW Camp Ofuna and correspondence with Davis P. Newton.
Correspondence between William R. Gill and Mrs. Jean Walker Voss, Callie Reneker, and Gregory Young (includes photograph).