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Finding the Answers in the Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF)

Finding the Answers in the Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF)

For ages: 11-13, High School

Finding the Answers. This is what each person who starts WWII research hopes to accomplish. We often begin with many questions, to which answers are often elusive. This is often the case when those questions concern those who died in the war or are still considered Missing In Action (MIA). Who do we ask about our family member’s service, especially when most of our WWII-era family members are...   [click here for more]
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Finding the Answers: Discovering World War II Service Online

Finding the Answers: Discovering World War II Service Online

For ages: 11-13, High School

Finding the Answers. This is what each person who starts WWII research hopes to accomplish. We often begin with many questions, to which answers are often elusive. The most logical place to search for answers to our World War II questions is online. There is a common misconception that all military records exist online. While many records are digitized and placed on line each day, the fact is, most...   [click here for more]
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Finding the Answers: Researching Women in World War II

Finding the Answers: Researching Women in World War II

For ages: 11-13, High School

Finding the Answers. Are you seeking answers to questions about your family’s female World War II service member or civilian worker? Women played crucial roles during World War II after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Men felt an obligation to join the military and rushed to enlist. Enlistment and later the draft, required men to vacate jobs on the home front. As a result, women were recruited...   [click here for more]
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Finding the Answers: Starting World War II Research

Finding the Answers: Starting World War II Research

For ages: 11-13, High School

World War II research is surrounded by stories and myths which often give people the perception they cannot obtain any information about military service. Have you heard, ‘All the records burned!’ Have you read on a website that you must be the next-of-kin to receive information? Do you think sending in one form to request records gives you everything available? Do you know...   [click here for more]
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