War: Military Experience Digital Collections
Experience life during the Civil War, World War I and World War II through photographs, diaries and other writings of the soldiers that were there.
This collection contains eight diaries and 29 letters written in the mid-1860s by men with connections to Michigan and the Midwest. From musician to prisoner of war, the writers’ of these items are as diverse as their military experiences.
The images in this collection include a wide range of photographs, drawings, paintings, maps, and other images from Austrian, Hungarian, Bulgarian, German, and Turkish prison camps during World War I. These items illustrate the daily life of Allied war prisoners inside and outside of the camps.
This collection contains photo albums, scrapbooks, postcards and letters detailing soldiers’ experiences during WWI and WWII.
Also known as the N.S.D.A.P. (National Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei) Collection, this collection includes Nazi German and Allied Forces publications, photographs and ephemera (collectible memorabilia).