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Photographs
United States
during World War II
Gelatin silver prints
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World War II. Paul Janis was a medic in World War II. Various shots of his daily life during his training in the United States: his unit, the exterior and interior of their barracks, marches and training against gas attacks, their bivouacs, and mess lines.

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Paul Janis Papers

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Barracks


Buildings--Interiors


Buildings--Exteriors


World War, 1939-1945


Janis, Paul (1910 - 1983)


Jewish soldiers


United States--Armed Forces--Medical personnel


United States. Army Air Forces
Armed Forces--United States

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