Kansas Military Records "The Kansas State Historical Society holds a wealth of information about military engagements and those who participated in them. The society’s library, manuscripts, and State Archives holdings contain documents and publications that describe Kansas soldiers and Kansas conflicts."
World War II Kansas Veterans Index This database from the Kansas State Historical Society contains more than 227,000 entries of male and female Kansas veterans of the armed forces who served between September 16, 1940 and June 30, 1946. This comprehensive data comes directly from Adjutant General Selective Service Board lists.
Kansas and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers a wide variety of programs and services for the nation's 25 million veterans.
Naval Historical Center: Naval Historical Center Mission: To enhance the U.S. Navy's effectiveness by preserving, analyzing and interpreting its hard-earned experience and history for the Navy and the American people.
WWRM (World War II Families for the Return of the Missing): "An advocacy group of volunteers that can assist in the confusing and often frustrating process of locating and repatriating the remains of our missing service personnel from World War II."
Discover the Story of Your World War II Veteran "Was your family one of the hundreds of thousands who lost a loved one in World War II? If you want to discover his or her story, but don't know where to begin, this article by Terry Phillips is for you."
Prevention of Loss of Manpower From Psychiatric Disorders, Surgeon General's report, dated 16 September 1944.
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