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This collection is composed of Robert Bell Bradley’s memoirs of his experiences as a medic during combat in France during WWII and his subsequent capture and five months’ imprisonment east of Berlin in a prisoner-of-war facility. Included are poems from that time as well as collections of his general poetry selections and philosophical reflections. There are no letters or other memorabilia from his war experiences.
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World War II, WWII, 30th Infantry, Battle of Mortain, Prisoner of War, Army Medic
European History | History | Military History | Poetry
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Schuitt, Barbara, "MS-067: Robert Bell Bradley Papers." (September 2006). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.