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Records relating to the participation of the 90th U.S. Infantry Division in the liberation of Flossenbürg

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1993.A.0022 | RG Number: RG-09.021.01

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    Contains information about the 90th Infantry Division, postwar contacts of its veterans, and the role of division members in the liberation of Flossenbürg.

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    Mr. Cantrell collected the original correspondence and other materials primarily from other 90th Infantry Division veterans. These documents seemingly were passed on to his wife. Mrs. Cantrell gave them to daughter Kay Cantrell. Kay Cantrell sent photocopies to Phyllis Goldberg of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in July 1992, and Ms. Goldberg forwarded them to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives that same month.
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