This collection consists of research materials used by Kramer Rohfleisch in his work on the history of the Army Air Forces
in World War II. The collection includes articles, pamphlets, clippings, training and field handbooks and manuals, ephemera,
miscellaneous materials, and declassified commanders' reports, memos, and letters. Also included are Rohfleisch's personal
training notes and curriculum from the Army Officer Candidate School.
Kramer Rohfleisch studied at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Chicago. After serving in Intelligence
Operations during World War II, he wrote several histories of the Army Air Forces in the War, concentrating on operations
in the South Pacific. He taught history at San Diego State College from 1947 to 1974.
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This collection is open for research