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Martin Greenberg papers, 20 Jul 1992, n.d.

Author: Martin Greenberg
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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General description of the collection: The Martin Greenberg Papers contain a completed Korean War Veterans Survey questionnaire, a newspaper supplement on Korean War veterans, and clippings regarding Greenberg. Greenberg recalls that the equipment was old and left over from World War II. The clothing was inadequate for the extreme cold, but they made their own heaters out of .30 Caliber ammunition cans and oil. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
Named Person: Martin Greenberg
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Greenberg
OCLC Number: 69244689
Notes: Contains the following type(s) of materials: clippings, newspapers, questionnaire.
The questionnaire was collected as part of the Korean War Veterans Survey.
Description: 1 folder.
Other Titles: Papers of Martin Greenberg
Greenberg papers

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General description of the collection: The Martin Greenberg Papers contain a completed Korean War Veterans Survey questionnaire, a newspaper supplement on Korean War veterans, and clippings regarding Greenberg. Greenberg recalls that the equipment was old and left over from World War II. The clothing was inadequate for the extreme cold, but they made their own heaters out of .30 Caliber ammunition cans and oil. The best leaders were the non-commissioned officers and even then there was very little information given out. He went on his first patrol during his second day on the line. He recalls that artillery and air support were good. The North Koreans and Chinese were not well trained but their weapons were decent. The newspaper clippings are about Greenberg's return to Korea to accept the Freedom Medal along with 40 other veterans. Another article is from the Pacific issue of Stars & Stripes, 10 November 1952, and has to do with the Forward Aid Station, of which Greenberg was a member. The newspaper supplement is from the Citizen's Voice, Wilkes-Barre, PA, 20 July 1992, and is a salute to Korean War veterans in which Greenberg is mentioned and pictured.

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