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    • "Dead End" Ypres

    • This photograph features the "Dead End" of the Ypres Canal in the foreground of the image. Behind it appears the officers' and noncommissioned officers' billets and the mess hall. The caption reads: "All comforts of home. Roulette, Tea and boating...
    • 1918
    • Kriege's Lament, conclusion

    • This page is the continuation of a poem or song called "Kriege's Lament," written by Willie Munger. The poem has an a-b-a-b rhyme scheme and is seventeen stanzas long. The subject is the return of the American POWs to their mothers and families....
    • 1944-1945
    • Kriege's Lament, continued

    • This page is the continuation of a poem or song called "Kriege's Lament" written by Willie Munger. The poem has an a-b-a-b rhyme scheme and is seventeen stanzas long. The subject is the return of the American POWs to their mothers and families....
    • 1944-1945
    • Prisoner's Prayer

    • This page is a poem,"Prisoner's Prayer." Mitchener notes that it was memorized by a POW from scratchings on the wall in a Vienna transition camp. The poem asks for God's protection for airmen facing "shell, flak, fire, and foe." He writes, in part,...
    • 1944-1945
    • Bars, Inc.

    • This page is a poem, "Bars, Inc." written by "Coyle" and dedicated to "Ivan - POW El Grande." The poem or song is about having a bar in every room of the house. Mitchener has drawn a small picture of a bar with a sign "Home Sweet Home" next to it....
    • 1944-1945
    • Comrade to Freedom

    • This page in Mitchener's POW diary from World War II shows a short poem called "Comrade to Freedom." The poem observes that men who have never been in bondage do not truly understand the joys of freedom.
    • 1944-1945
    • Somewhere There's Freedom

    • This page in Mitchener's POW diary from World War II includes a drawing of the Statue of Liberty. On the top of the page he has written,"Maybe not in reality - but in every dream - "Underneath this heading, he has drawn a picture of a man dreaming...
    • 1944-1945
    • Trees

    • This page in Mitchener's POW diary from World War II includes a drawing of a tree as well as a number of tree stumps, all within the POW camp boundaries. He writes, "Around the compound - approximately a dozen...Trees. About the Reich, 'tis...
    • 1944-1945
    • Thoughts of One Far Better

    • This page in Mitchener's POW diary from World War II includes a drawing of a prisoner who is imagining a better place - a house to live in, rather than a German POW camp. Mitchener writes, "There are sundry others - space dictates - - and lack of...
    • 1944-1945
    • The Address

    • This page in Mitchener's diary includes a drawing of an old ship, the "Santa Maria," on which he has written, "Promise of the Future." Underneath, he has drawn a picture of a prisoner on stage, Colonel Darr H. Alkire, C.O. Stalag Luft III, West...
    • 1944-1945
    • Kriege's Lament

    • This page (and the following three pages) features a poem or song called "Kriege's Lament," written by Willie Munger. The poem has an a-b-a-b rhyme scheme and is seventeen stanzas long. The subject is the return home of the American POWs to their...
    • 1944-1945
    • Voucher for clothing

    • This one-page printed form with handwritten entries begins as a Form No. 3 requisition conveying a request for articles of clothing from Captain A. W. Caldwell of the 5th Tennessee Regiment, C.S.A., to J. E. Ray, the Regimental Quartermaster of the...
    • 1862 May 12
    • Voucher for camp equipage

    • This one-page printed and handwritten document that begins as a Form No. 2 requisition conveying a request for camp articles from Lieutenant Colonel C. D. Venable of the 5th Tennessee Regiment, C.S.A., to J. E. Ray, Regimental Quartermaster of the...
    • 1862 March 28
    • Mark Twain Hotel

    • The Mark Twain Hotel in Jamestown, Tennessee. The hotel is a two-story building with a veranda/balcony on the first and second floors. A row of cars is parked in front of the building and a house can be seen in the background. The site is...
    • circa 1940

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