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Overview of the Richard W. Peterson typescript : Successful readjustment of a group of former World War II prisoners of war
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Relates to psychological readjustment of American prisoners of war in Germany during World War II. Ph.D. dissertation, University for Humanistic Studies. Includes research materials assembled for the dissertation, among them memoirs of R. W. Peterson, memoirs of other American prisoners, memoirs of Fritz Taeuber (commandant of Stalag IXA), reports on the camps, printed matter, and photographs. Photocopy.
Background
Staff sergeant, United States Army; prisoner of war, Stalag IXA, Ziegenhain, and Stalag IXB, Bad Orb, Germany, 1944-1945; subsequently psychologist.
Extent
1 item (ix, 298 p.) (1 manuscript box) (0.4 linear feet)
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For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Availability
Collection is open for research.