|Other titles||The war years : a 50th anniversary album, Bowman County, North Dakota, Bowman County, the war years, World War Two and the people of Bowman County, North Dakota., World War 2 and the people of Bowman County, North Dakota.|
|Statement||Aileen Doyle, project director ; sponsored by Bowman County Historical Society and Federated Women"s Club of Bowman.|
|Contributions||Doyle, Aileen A., Bowman County Historical Society., Federated Women"s Club of Bowman.|
|LC Classifications||D769.85.N92 B699 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||94213037|
WWII: December 7, through Decem Data primarily retrieved from The National Archives (Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard), American Battle Monuments Commission and The National Archives (Army and Air Force). We are in the process of adding all of North Dakota's Heroes. Feel free to contact us with photos or information about a Veteran and we will add it . The Bowman County Development Corporation is dedicated to the growth and preservation of Bowman County and its cities. We are here to provide assistance in starting, expanding, or relocating your business and finding low-cost capital to do so. World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing State of North Dakota. The Honor List of Dead and Missing for the State of North Dakota is published by the War Department for the information of public officials, the press, the radio and interested organizations. Bowman is a city and county seat of Bowman County, North Dakota, United States. Its population was 1, at the census. Bowman, North Dakota. City. As of the census of , there were 1, people, households, and families living in the : Bowman.
CONTACT. PHONE: () Bowman County Courthouse 1st St NW Bowman, ND WWI: J to Novem "World War I caused change in North Dakota and the rest of the world. After the outbreak of war in Europe J the state was reluctant in having the United States enter the war. Whether it was because one-fifth of the state's population were German immigrants or not, many North Dakotans were isolationists, not . DESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION. National Archives Identifier: Title: State Summary of War Casualties from World War II for Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Personnel from North Dakota, Creator: Department of the Navy. Bureau of Naval Personnel. (/18/) (Most Recent) Type of Archival Materials: Textual Records Level of Description: Item from . North Dakota (/-d ə ˈ k oʊ t ə / ()) is a U.S. state in the midwestern and northern regions of the United is the nineteenth largest in area, the fourth smallest by population, and the fourth most sparsely populated of the 50 Dakota was admitted to the Union on November 2, , along with its neighboring state, South capital is Bismarck, and its largest.
World War II Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard Casualties. Source: "State Summary of War Casualties from World War II for Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Personnel from North Dakota, " National Archives. Transcribed and Donated by Tammy Clark. Killed in Action, Died of Wounds, or Lost Lives as a Result of Operational Movements in War. "World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel from North Dakota, " Transcribed and Donated by Tammy Clark KIA - Indicates an individual killed in action, whether at the front or by enemy action in the rear areas, or if a prisoner of war, whether by air bombardment of his prison camp or by being shot while. The Dakota Prisoner of War Letters: Dakota Kasapi Okicize Wowapi In April — after the U.S. Dakota War of , after the hanging of thirty-eight Dakota men in the largest mass execution in U.S. History — some Dakota men were moved from Mankato, Minnesota, to a prison at camp McClellan in Davenport, Iowa. A published roster of the First North Dakota Infantry in the Philippine Islands is in Clement A. Lounsberry, Early History of North Dakota. Washington, DC: Liberty Press, FHL book H2L pp. and FHL film Click on the link to learn more about the Spanish American War. World War I () [edit | edit source].