Clarence M. Forester papers, 1937-1997.

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Forester, Clarence M. Clarence M. Forester papers, 1937-1997.

Clarence M. Forester papers, 1937-1997.

Photographs, military documents, menus, and newspaper clippings of a Minnesota volunteer in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade of the Spanish Republican Army during the Spanish Civil War. The photographs were primarily taken at the battle for Teruel (1937) and at a celebration with war correspondents near Madrid. The military documents (1937-1938) include two military identification notebooks (Sept. 9, 1937 and Jan. 12, 1938). There are photographs and other materials related to a 1996 reunion of Brigade veterans in Spain, and a map showing movement of Forester's U.S. Army battalion across France and Germany during World War II. Much of the material is in Spanish.

0.5 cu. ft. (2 boxes).

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