Herbert Bain Knowles Papers 1941-1945


Herbert Bain Knowles Papers, 1941-1945

Herbert Bain Knowles Papers 1941-1945

Naval officer. Correspondence, orders to duty, subject files concerning invasion plans and occupation reports for Guam, Japan, Kwajalein Islands (Marshall Islands), Leyte Island (Philippines), Lingayen (Luzon, Philippines), Okinawa Island (Japan), Saipan (Northern Mariana Islands), and Tarawa Atoll (Kiribati), and printed matter relating to Knowles's service with the Amphibious Forces in the Pacific during World War II.

400 items; 5 containers plus 1 oversize; 2 linear feet


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