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Broehm, Barbara / World War II through the eyes of Manitowoc's homefront youth
(December 2000)

[Bibliography] Primary sources,   pp. 31-32


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Primary Sources 
Brasser, Dean. "The Effects of World War H on Manitowoc," Manitowoc
County 
Historical Society Newsletter, 19 80. 
Buss, Beatrice. Interview by Barbara Broehm. 13 November 2000. 
Buss, Donald. Interview by Barbara Broehm. 13 November 2000. 
Citizens'Service Corporation [1943-1944] in Wisconsin State Council of Defense.
Series 1652. Box 1, Folder 2. University of Wisconsin-Green BayArea Research
Center. 
"City and County Celebrates Over Ending of War." Manitowoc Herald-Times.
15 Aug., 
1945. 
Demsien, Harlan. Interview by Barbara Broehm. 11 November 2000. 
Dick, Susan. Interview by Barbara Broehm. 26 October 2000. 
Education and Training [1942] in Wisconsin State Council of Defense.. Series
1652. 
Box 3, Folder 7. University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Area Research Center.
Kappelman, Karl. Interview by Barbara Broehm. 20 November, 2000. 
Klusmeyer, Lola. Interview by Barbara Broehm. 18 November, 2000. 
Miley, Marge. Interview by Steve Kolman. Wisconsin Women During World War
I. 
Collection MS 844. Box 4, Folder 16. University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Area
Research Center. 
Nickels, Arthur. Interview by Barbara Broehm. 26 October 2000. 
Nickels, Audrey. Interview by Barbara Broehm. 26 October 2000. 
Roseman, Samuel I., comp. "We Are Going to Win the War and We Are Going
to Win 
the Peace That Follows"-Fireside Chat to the Nation Following the Declaration
of War with Japan." The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt:
The Call to Battle Stations, 1941. New York: Russell and Russell, 1950; 1969.
Salvage [1941-1942] in Wisconsin State Council of Defense. Series 1652. Box
7, 
Folder 2. University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Area Research Center. 


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