Camp & Bivouac
Learn more about the GI's life on the post, in camp and in bivouacs across the globe in our selection of articles focusing on administrative procedures and general camp life for the American soldier in World War II.
Designed to replace local currencies and stablize economies in the aftermath of World War II, "invasion currency" was issued by Allied governments for use in occupied territories.
The Field Desk was an integral part of every Company and Battalion Headquarters during WWII. Learn how to correctly pack the contents of the Field Desk and Record Chest. This article is based on an original document, published by The Infantry School, (Ft. Benning, Ga) in 1943.
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