2 edition of Camp Maxey II found in the catalog.
Camp Maxey II
by Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio in San Antonio, Tex. (6900 N. Loop, 1604 W., San Antonio, 78249-0658)
Written in English
|Other titles||Camp Maxey 2, Camp Maxey two|
|Statement||by Anthony S. Lyle, Steve A. Tomka, and Timothy K. Perttula ; with contributions by Corey A. Crawford ... [et al.] ; Steve A. Tomka, principal investigator.|
|Series||Archaeological survey report ;, no. 312, Archaeological survey report (San Antonio, Tex.) ;, no. 312.|
|Contributions||Tomka, Steve A., Perttula, Timothy K., Crawford, Corey A., Texas. Adjutant General"s Dept. Directorate of Facilities and Engineering. Environmental Branch., University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Archaeological Research.|
|LC Classifications||F392.L36 L95 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||2001432172|
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Camp Maxey is located about eight miles north Camp Maxey II book Paris, Texas. It was activated July 15th, with Lieut. Col. Palmer as Camp Commander. The nd Infantry Division was the first division to be organized here and was activated on September 15th,with Gen. John B. Anderson as the Commander :// Camp Maxey II: A 5, Acre Cultural Resources Survey of Camp Maxey, Lamar County, Texas.
Anthony S. Lyle, Steve A. Tomka, Timothy K. Perttula. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections CAMP Maxey, a World War II infantry-training camp ten miles north of Paris, Texas, was named in honor of Samuel Bell was activated on Junder command of Col.
Palmer. The first division to be trained at the camp, the d Infantry Division, was organized and activated on Septemunder Gen.
John B. :// Return to Maxey to prepare for shipment overseas, arrival of overseas orders, sad farewells, departure of battalion for port embarkation, Camp Shanks, New York.
Memorable trip by train in January to Camp Shanks; loading in New York City of the battalion on British luxury liner converted to a troop :// acre site was being surveyed when the U. entered World War II in December. Camp Maxey, named for C. General and U. Senator Sam Bell Maxey from paris, was activated on J Its main entrance was "Gate 5" marked by stone portals at this A Camera Trip Through Camp Maxey, A Picture Book Of The Camp And Its Activites" unit history booklet.
Softcover, 9" x 6" size, 32 pages, printed by the Ullman Company in Contains a brief history of Camp Maxey in World War Two, many photos of artillery pieces, armored vehicles, weapons, troops in training, post buildings, Artillery (in Siegfried Line) Early Feb, XIII Weid River & Drive on Kurtscheid XIV Battle East of Kurtscheid XV Oberbunden XVI Attack on Hegenscheid — XVII Dedication I Awards VIIa Introduction III Camp Maxey, Texas: Full House 1 P.O.E.
3 North Atlantic in September 4 England 7 France 11 Belgium 13 Where is the front. 15 Our First relief period 20 Trained at - Camp Maxey, Texas. Embarkation - Aug Served in - Pacific Theatre of Operation. Engaged in - Leyte and Guam. Awarded - Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon and World War II Victory Medal.
Returned to United States - Octo Discharged at - Camp Beale, California, Novem Rank held - Corporal. Served The Maxey name is no longer acceptable for membership into the Huguenot Society. To be sure, there is a town of Maxey in France. But the first person by that name in England was said to have been Organ Maxey of Cheshire, who was probably there by the 11th century.
There is also an ancient town of Maxey in the county of Northamptonshire, :// General Patton’s Forgotten Troops: African American Soldiers in World War II in Their Own Words This lesson plan was created by Paul LaRue and his students at Washington High School Arnold Krammer was professor of history at Texas A&M University, specializing in modern European and German history.
He authored several books, including Nazi Prisoners of War in America (New York: Stein & Day,Scarborough,).His essay, "When the Afrika Korps Came to Texas" examines the history of the nearly eighty thousand German, Italian, and Japanese prisoners of Books at Amazon.
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Arnold P. Krammer, "When the Afrika Korps Came to Texas," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 80 (January ). Robert Tissing, "Stalag Texas, –," Military History of Texas and the Southwest 13 (Fall ).
Richard Paul Walker, Prisoners of War in Texas during World War II (Ph.D. dissertation, North In the late spring, 25 additional dentists from Service Command were placed on Special Duty at Camp Maxey, Texas, in order to assist the Division in reducing the Class I and II cases.
For a period of several weeks, hour service was maintained in the dental clinic set aside for this :// Camp Maxey, Texas—northeast corner of Texas near the Oklahoma border.
While stored in the Chickenhouse, mice gnawed the top of this envalope and damaged the first line on each page of the letter. My grandfather’s V-Mail letter to his wife from a North Atlantic troop convoy ship, about five weeks before his ship :// Camp Maxey, near Paris, was no more than forty miles from us; Camp Cook at Gainesville and Camp Fannin near Tyler were somewhat farther.
When I moved to Tennessee inI learned that one of my neighbors had been stationed at Camp Maxey during World War II. He told me that his duty was to guard German prisoners of war at Camp Three cadres were provided and many filler replacements were sent to other Medical units.
Cadres were formed to activate the 30th Medical Regiment at Camp Barkley, Texas, the 69th Medical Regiment at Camp Maxey, Texas and the Medical Detachment of an Ordnance Battalion at Camp Camp Maxey was a World War II infantry-training camp and associated facilities.
It was occupied from July to early in Lamar County, main entrance was located nine miles north of Paris, Texas. Planning for acre military post began insoon after the National Military Draft was ordered; the planning accelerated in shortly before the United States entered Julia Anne Fry, a lifelong resident of Paris, died early Monday morning at Spring Lake Assisted Living, where she had enjoyed her later years of life.
Born on Jan. 21, in Paris, she was the daughter of Grady L. Fry and Julia Pyeatt Fry and spent her life living on Fitzhugh Avenue. Julia Anne Pentagon officials signaled last week that Defense Secretary Mark Esper may ban the display of Confederate flags on military bases to show that.
nd Ozarks from World War II, Corvallis. likes. This group is for the family and friends of those that serviced in the nd Infantry during World War II.
It's a place to share pictures and HE 99th Inf. Div. was activatedat Camp Van Dorn, Miss., and when raw recruits arrived in early December, the picture they viewed was far from rosey.
Camp Van Dorn, hastily built as the Army mushroomed in every direction, was a tar paper shanty town sprawled across the red mud of southern Nancy met husband Bob at Camp Maxey in Paris, Texas, during World War II while singing and dancing at the local USO (which was based in the camp).
Husband Robert was a saxophonist in the camp