This report describes the effects of the atomic bombs which were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, summarizing the information available on damage to structures, injuries to personnel, morale effect, etc.
This study is designed to guide and assist civil defense fire-fighting services in preparing to combat mass fires in time of war. Included is a summary of data from bombing attacks in Japan and Germany in World War II.
Contains reprints of secret files on various German propaganda matters, from the years 1939-1941. Note that up to page 115 of document is duplicated from document 1A of same title. Pages 116-229 are unique.
This paper is a chronological arrangement of battle notes. It was prepared as a guide for the members of Information and Historical Units to follow in their work of reconstructing small unit actions within the European Theater. Information gained...
The American part in the Buna-Sanananda campaign, in which Australian and American troops defeated "the invincible Imperial Army" of Japan, is the subject of this pamphlet. This campaign took place simultaneously with the action on Guadalcanal.
Detailed narration of the military operations; part 1 of this report deals with the Eighth Army operations on Leyte-Samar from 26 Dec. 1944 - 8 May 1945. Part 2 covers the amphibious operations conducted by the Eighth Army in securing the Island...
Contains a history of the origin and activation of the Interrogation Branch, Interrogation Centers, techniques of interrogation, selection of interrogees, process and interrogation reports, and equipment used.
U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters (Public Information Division)
This document was prepared in the historical section, public information division, United States Coast Guard Headquarters. This paper includes information about anti-submarine warfare, vessels, ship's histories, patrol and escort vessels, an...
This postwar Intelligence bulletin purpose is to furnish intelligence on foreign military forces to the junior officers and enlisted men of the Regular Army. Subjects include weapons, strategy, and tactics. Sep 1944-Aug 1945 are in this section.
Contains a comprehensive description and evaluation of the Japanese capacity to wage chemical warfare. Comparisons of knowledge, techniques, materiel and procedures to those of the United States on the subject.