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This collection contains personal documents, correspondence, photographs, and items from Albert Chance during the time he served in WWII. His correspondence and photographic materials dominate the collection. While Chance’s materials give a thorough description of his personal experience during the war in the European Theater and North African Campaign, they also provide perspective into the mind of the common soldier during this time. Through his letters Chance expressed his feelings of commitment to the war effort, his opinions about the sites and people he saw while he was away, and what he did during his leisure time.
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1.5 cubic feet
Word War II, European Theater, North African Campaign, photographs
History | Military History
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Fernandes, Melanie. “MS-169: Albert Chance World War II Collection” (August 2016). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collections and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.