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Inventory of the William Friel Heimlich papers
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Sound recordings undated

Reading Room workstation

Sound recording of an oral history of U.S. forces entering Berlin, Germany, 1945 undated

Conditions Governing Access note

Use copy reference number: 74093_a_0003648

Scope and Contents note

This oral history is about the Berlin Operation in the last months of World War II. William Friel Heimlich describes the denazification, disarmament, and subsequent occupation of Berlin by Allied forces. Topics discussed include the Potsdam Conference, refugee handling, social conditions, landscape and infrastructure deterioration, Operation Sparkler, inadequacy of U.S. soldier preparedness, and reflections on the U.S. success of the mission. (2 sound cassettes)
Box 1

Memoirs and correspondence


2018 Incremental Material 1945-2012

Box 1

Clippings and articles relating to William Heimlich


Correspondence to Christine Heimlich 1996


Funeral program of Christine Heimlich 2012


Berlin Pictures (WFH) 1945-1948