Unofficial Ambassadors: American Military Families Overseas and the Cold War, 1946-1965

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ABBREVIATIONS

EL—Dwight D. Eisenhower Library and Museum, Abilene, Kansas

JFKL—John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, Boston, Massachusetts

LBJL—Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, Austin, Texas

MCSL—Margaret Chase Smith Library, Skowhegan, Maine

NACP—National Archives, College Park, Maryland

TL—Truman Presidential Museum and Library, Independence, Missouri

USACMH—US Army Center of Military History, Washington, D.C.

USAMHI—US Army Military History Institute, Carlisle, Pennsylvania


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Archival Sources

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———. International Meetings and Travel.

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———. National Defense.

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———. Adjutant General's Office, 1917–. Record Group 407.

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———. Official File 190-Y (Special Folder).

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———. Office of the Chief Historian. Domestic Economy. Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, 1947. USAMHI.

Frederiksen, Oliver J. The American Military Occupation of Germany, 1945–1953. United States Army, Europe, Headquarters, Historical Division, 1953.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Going Overseas 14
  • 2: Unofficial Ambassadors 38
  • 3: A U.S. Lady's World 81
  • 4: “shoulder to Shoulder” with West Germans 131
  • 5: “dear Little Okinawa” 167
  • 6: Young Ambassadors 198
  • Conclusion 226
  • Notes 235
  • Bibliography 261
  • Index 273
  • About the Author 291
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