3 edition of World War selective service records found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Selective service records and lists of members of American expeditionary forces from Connecticut who lost their lives in the World War|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p.,  folded leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
Mobilizing for War: The Selective Service Act in World War I. On , Congress passed the Selective Service Act, which authorized the Federal Government to temporarily expand the military through conscription. The act eventually required all men . Tag: Selective Service Accessing veterans’ records Novem April 9, by textmessageguest, posted in Genealogy, Military Records, Records Reference and Research.
CLOSED - Vietnam War-era U.S. Navy & Coast Guard Deck Logs for Digitization Project WWII Military Unit Records at the National Archives Researching for Photographs of World War II Military Units & Crews Researching Veterans: Personnel vs. Unit and Ship Records Selective Service System Classification & Registration Records for – Copies of an individual service record, as well as copies and searches of other World War I collections, can be ordered from the Library and Archives. For ordering instructions, please see the web pages for ordering WWI Draft Registration Forms, ordering WWI Questionnaires and .
Selective Service records for World War II are spotty at best, many having been destroyed, but surviving records indicate these claims were filed “by another,” i.e. Republic Studio‘s legal department. In fact, a letter from Republic Studios head Herbert Yates threatened to sue Wayne for breach of contract should he leave the studio for. "Anybody interested in U.S. military manpower policy or the military and American society from World War II to the present should read this book."—Journal of Military History "Flynn’s history invites a serious and multidimensional assessment of the role of selective service in the moral life of the nation."—Armed Forces & SocietyCited by:
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RECORDS OF THE SELECTIVE SERVICE DIVISION History: Established in the Adjutant General's Office, War Department, July 1,as successor to PMGO, with responsibility for administering all Selective Service System records accumulated during the period Redesignated Selective Service Section and transferred to World War.
A system of conscription was used during the Civil War and again during World War I with the draft mechanism in both instances being dissolved at the end of hostilities.
Inprior to U.S. entry into World War II, the first peacetime draft in our nation's history was enacted in response to increased world tension and the system was able to.
Related Records: Record copies of publications of the Selective Service System in RGPublications of the U.S. Government. Subject Access Terms: World War II. HEADQUARTERS RECORDS OF THE SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 51 rows World War II Selective Service Records, Results of Query: Given Name: b Page.
Contact the National Archives and Records Administration for information on unit records pertaining to the Persian Gulf War. Some published unit histories are available in the general book collections of the Library of Congress or at the military history centers maintained by the various branches of service.
World War I () [edit | edit source] World War I was a global war fought on multiple continents with several nations involved. Over four million men and women served from the United States. United States. Selective Service System. Vermont, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, – National Archives.
World War I () [edit | edit source] World War I was a global war fought on multiple continents with several nations involved. Over four million men and women served from the United States. United States. Selective Service System. West Virginia, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, National Archives.
World War I Service Medal Application Cards Pennsylvania State Archives. World War II Army Enlistment Records World War II Army Enlistment Records Fold3. World War II Cadet Nursing Corps Card Files, Fold3. World War II Draft Registration Cards (for men born between and ) Fold3.
Selective Service records are a great starting point because of the draft’s comprehensive registration process. The majority of men born between and (the approximate cut off age for Vietnam War draftees) had their information recorded by the Selective Services in. The U.S. officially entered World War II on 8 December following an attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Just about a year before that, in OctoberPresident Roosevelt had signed into law the first peacetime selective service draft in U.S. history, due to rising world conflicts. Original data: United States, Selective Service System.
World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M, 4, rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm. The Selective Service Act was reauthorized in as the Universal Military Training and Service Act, and all males age 18 to 26 were required to register for the draft.
More than million men were inducted into the armed services during the Korean War, and an additional million were inducted between and Statements of service cards and applications for victory medals for servicemen who participated in the U.S.
Army during World War I. Statements of service include: serviceperson’s name, race, home address, place and date of birth, date and rank when drafted, rank and date of promotion, organizations and staff assignments, military bases Author: Kaitlyn Tanis.
County Service Records. While the bulk of the service records on U.S. military personnel during World War II were kept at the federal level, many county agencies kept records on county residents who volunteered or were drafted into the service.
World War selective service records: (tables, allocation of calls and calls accepted) and members of American expeditionary forces from Connecticut. This series consists of two books related to the WWI-era Selective Service System. The first is the “Final Report of Provost Marshal General to the Secretary of War on the Operations of the Selective Service System to J ,” a page book that was published by the Government Printing Office in.
Online World War II Indexes and Records - USA A Genealogy Guide Online World War II Indexes and Records - USA. World War II Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File This database contains records of aboout 9 million men and women who enlisted in the United States Army, including the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC, later WAC).
Although incomplete, the records contain data for a majority of. Make Offer - 7 Volume Set of Source Records of The Great War - w/ cardboard case SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM © 1st Edition T. Lawrence (of Arabia) ILLUSTRATED $ The Selective Service Act of or Selective Draft Act (Pub.L.
65–12, 40 Stat. 76, enacted ) authorized the United States federal government to raise a national army for service in World War I through was envisioned in December and brought to President Woodrow Wilson's attention shortly after the break in relations with Germany in February Enacted by: the 65th United States Congress.
Selective Service Act of Records of the Selective Service System during the first World War. (National Archives) Selective Training and Service Act of Records of the Selective Service System from onward. (National Archives) REF MC. Then read on to learn all about WWII draft registration records.
Michael has the answers for us. Attention, March! The World War II Draft: On the eve of World War II, our country witnessed the passage of another national conscription act. It was called the Selective Training and Service Act .The Selective Service System (SSS) is an independent agency of the United States government that maintains information on those potentially subject to military conscription (i.e.
the draft).All male U.S. citizens (and male immigrant non-citizens) who are between the ages of 18 and 26 are required by law to have registered within 30 days of their 18th birthdays, and must notify the Selective Agency executive: Donald M.
Benton, Director.Her efforts resulted in the Record of Ex-Soldiers in World War I, Tennessee Counties,the compiled service records of oversoldiers and sailors from Tennessee who served in the First World War.
Service record information includes age, place of birth, residence, enlistment and discharge dates, and unit in which the soldier served.