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"The National Cemetery Administration’s Veterans Legacy Program is a Veterans Administration-funded project that aims to connect veterans commemorated at national cemeteries to the broader community using cutting-edge technology and innovative pedagogy designed by a collaborative team of university professors, staff, students, and K-12 educators."
The UCF Community Veterans History Project is collecting, preserving, and making accessible to the public the experiences of Central Florida's veterans so that future generations will better understand the realities of conflict. It is a collaborative endeavor supported by multiple departments and offices at UCF. The histories, which students began recording during the fall 2010 semester, are archived and made digitally available through the UCF Libraries.
"The Florida-France Soldier Stories project seeks to tell the stories of the Florida soldiers buried in the American Battle Monuments Commission cemeteries in France. Our goal is to honor and commemorate the brave individuals who gave their lives supporting the Allied forces, liberating France, and defeating Germany in the Second World War."
The Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial is in the commune Saint-Avold in the Moselle department in Grand Est in north-eastern France. According to the American Battle Monuments Commission, it covers 113 acres and contains the largest number of graves of our military dead of World War II in Europe, a total of 10,489. Most of the dead here were killed while driving the German forces from the fortress city of Metz, France toward the Siegfried Line and the Rhine River.
The site of the Rhone American Cemetery and Memorial in France was selected because of its historic location along the route of the U.S. Seventh Army's drive up the Rhone Valley. It was established on August 19, 1944, after the Seventh Army's surprise landing in southern France.
Florida Department of Military Affairs -- Adjutant-General
Florida militia and National Guard muster rolls, rosters, unit histories, casualties, fatalities, etc.
- colonial Spanish America
- Seminole Indian Wars
- War with Mexico
- Civil War
- World War I
- World War II
- Korean War
- Vietnamese Conflict
- Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm
Military Affairs -- Adjutant-General -- Biennial/Annual Reports
Florida Goes to War: The Sunshine State in World War II provides content and materials pertaining to the World War II experience in Florida. It includes resources on the military, race, economics, the role of women, pre- and post-war statistics, and oral history interviews with Florida WW II veterans.
This document lists War Department casualties (Army and Army Air Force personnel) from World War II. Entries in the list are arranged by name of county and thereunder alphabetically by name of deceased. Information provided includes serial number, rank and type of casualty.
Seminole Wars & Mexican-American War -- Civil War -- Spanish-American War -- Mexican Punitive Expedition & World War I -- World War II -- Post-WWII Conflicts to the Present -- Multi-War Collections -- Select Bibliography -- Related Resources