Edward H. Thomas papers, 1982-1984,1992.


Thomas, Edward H. Edward H. Thomas papers, 1982-1984,1992.

Edward H. Thomas papers, 1982-1984,1992.

General description of the collection: The Edward H. Thomas papers include four letters written by General (GEN) Hamilton Howze to Brigadier General (BG) Edward H. Thomas, retired, from 11 November 1982 to 8 June 1984 regarding the wording and placement of a memorial tablet commemorating the fall of Rome and the roles of the 1st Special Service Force and Task Force Howze in that action. The collection also contains a letter from General (GEN) Matthew B. Ridgway to Thomas dated 23 October 1992 thanking him for copies of the 50th Anniversary Reunion booklet and program from the 505th Parachute Regimental Combat Team (RCT).

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United States. Army. Parachute Regimental Combat Team, 505th.

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United States. Army. Special Service Force, 1st.

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Howze, Hamilton H. (Hamilton Hawkins), 1908-

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Hamilton Hawkins Howze (b. Dec. 21, 1908, White Plains, New York), Major General in the U.S. Army, graduated from West Point in 1930. During World War II, he served as assistant chief of staff for operations, 1st Armored Division, in England and North Africa; commander of battalion and regiment, 13th Armored Regiment (1943-1944); and commander, Combat Command A, 1st Armored Division, in Italy. During the 1950s, General Howze served in Germany and other parts of Europe as commanding general, 82nd...

Thomas, Edward Harper, 1868-

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Brigadier General (BG) Edward H. Thomas served in the 1st Special Service Force during World War II. He participated in the securing of Rome and the bridges over the Tiber. From the description of Edward H. Thomas papers, 1982-1984,1992. (US Army, Mil Hist Institute). WorldCat record id: 60502340 ...

Ridgeway, Matthew B. (Matthew Bunker), 1895-1993

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