WWII Selective Service Records: The National Archives - St.Louis maintains World War II Selective Service Records."Dance of the Hours" is a comic ballet performed by ostriches, hippos, elephants, and alligators.
Patton had insisted that they keep their sleeves rolled down, that they get along on a minimum of water.
He had forbidden that vehicles, moving or standing, be within 50 yards of one another, lest they provide a bunched target.
Physical examination and test results, medical letters, laboratory work and other medical documentation that may have been included in these files no longer exist.
The individual Draft Registration Card (SSS Form 1) may contain information such as: name, Selective Service registration number, age, date and place of birth, ethnicity, place of residence at time of registration and basic physical description.
Congress passed the first military conscription act in 1863 during the Civil War, allowing President Abraham Lincoln to draft men between the ages of 20 - 45.
Our nation's second military draft law, the Selective Service Act, went into effect in 1917 and gave President Woodrow Wilson the authority to conscript men for World War I. Roosevelt signed the Selective Training and Service Act, creating the country's first peacetime draft and officially establishing the Selective Service System.
production designer Gary Freeman, but keeping the fighting at a distance didn’t mean everything was easy there.
Freeman says his research into the period taught him that, as the rich found a world apart from their troubles—where European art deco influences combined with Mediterranean architecture, among the gleaming-white buildings that leant the city its name—many locals suffered in poverty.
The draft continued from 1948, during both peacetime and war, to 1973, when President Richard M.
Nixon signed legislation officially ending the draft.
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