A great deal of
data about World War II can be found in the American Archives in Washington DC.
Here we will confine ourselves to the so called Pilot Helper Files.
Immediately after the war the allies placed items in the newspapers asking individuals to send in their stories. There are thousands of these in the archives.
If you want copies of these papers then you have to request them from the archives. They will process three records at a time. You need to expect that it will take a few months or even half a year before you will receive anything.
Another avenue would be to employ an independent researcher who can go to the archives. There are many of these available and it will be faster. Or Gene Buck, a retired researcher for the Library of Congress. You can reach him at ebuck43 at aol . com.
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In Amerikaanse archief te Washington DC is veel data over de oorlog te vinden.
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