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Barney Rosset and China: War (1944-1945): Important war figures

Item Information

Doolittle Raiders: verso

Dublin Core

Title

Doolittle Raiders: verso

Description

CT-45-70,210, 8/25/45, Photo T/5 Gilliland, Three survivors of General Doolittle's Tokyo flight, released from Jap prison camp at Peiping, arrive at Chungking by air. Left to right: Cpl. Jacob D. DeShazer, 32, Madras, Ore.; 2nd Lt Robert L. Hite, 25, Earth, Tex.; 2nd Lt. Charles J. Wielsen, 28, Hyrum, Utah. Fourth man is Pvt. Eddie Laursen, El Monte, Calif., who was captured by Japs on Bataan.

Creator

Gilliland, Technician Fifth Grade
United States. Army. Signal Corps

Date

25-Aug-45

MODS

Key Date

1945-08-25

Type of Date

exact

Place of Origin

Chungking, China

Form/Genre

photographs

Repository Name

Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University

Shelf Location

Box 9, Folder 33

Notes

Original filename: 130058114.tif

Collection

Barney Rosset papers

Citation

Gilliland, Technician Fifth Grade and United States. Army. Signal Corps , “Doolittle Raiders: verso,” Columbia University Libraries Online Exhibitions, accessed February 28, 2024, https://exhibitions.library.columbia.edu/exhibits/show/rosset/item/7565.

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