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A group of African American men in North Omaha reporting for induction into the military during World War II. Despite a segregated U.S. military, nearly four million African American soldiers served their country during WWII.

This is a wooden model of a B24 Bomber that Wyman Nemecek and his crew flew during World War Two from 1943-1945.

These are Shadow boxes put together with photos, patches, medals, and pins from the time Wyman Nemecek served in the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) during World War Two. Wyman was a tail gunner and flew in forty-two missions in the South…

This is a Charter for the formation of the Dawes County Barracks #2296 for Veterans of World War One. It was signed into effect on the Ninth of September, 1960. It consists of 44 names ranging from Andrus to Williams. A list of the names to include:…

This Japanese Nambu firearm is an 8-MM caliber. Its serial number is 58668. Its note with the weapon states that it came from the South Pacific during World War Two. The crude workmanship on the firearm suggests that it was made hastily for a…

WW2 US M1A2-1-1 Non-Combatant Gas Mask

This is a US homefront item. As issued during World War II. This is a gas mask that was issued to civilians in the cities of the United States. Complete with canvas carrying case and instructions…

These are the contents of the leather wallet carried by Eugene Sengstake Sr.

Eugene Wagner Sengstake Sr. of Lincoln, Nebraska, served in the 110th Medical Regiment and later as a B-24 pilot. Sengstake served in the U.S. Army Air Force from…

This is a monogrammed, zippered, leather toiletry kit belonging to Eugene Sengstake Sr. It includes a comb, soap box, shoe brush, shoehorn, trimming scissors, file, a picture frame, and loops to accommodate other items.

Eugene Wagner Sengstake…

This is a leather pocket wallet that Eugene Sengstake carried during World War II.

Eugene Wagner Sengstake Sr. of Lincoln, Nebraska, served in the 110th Medical Regiment and later as a B-24 pilot. Sengstake served in the U.S. Army Air Forces from…

Eugene Sengstake Sr.'s green hat with golden-black piping. These hats were likely worn by commissioned officers. Eugene Wagner Sengstake Sr. of Lincoln, Nebraska, served in the 110th Medical Regiment and later as a B-24 pilot. Sengstake served in the…
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