U.S. Army Special Services Collection, 1945-1971, 1945-1971
U.S. Army Special Services Agency
1 cu. ft. : 3 boxes
The U.S. Army Special Services Agency was set up by the Army in the years following World War II to increase morale by providing recreational activities to troops stationed in Europe during the Cold War era. The activities included crafts, theatrical productions, and parties.
Archival material documenting the recreational activities provided to U.S. Army troops in Europe by the U.S. Army Special Services, ca. 1945-1971. Newsletters comprise the majority of the collection.
U.S. Army Special Services Collection, 1945-1971, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Armed Forces--Operations other than war
2001.3080 (NMAH Acc.)
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