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Irmgard Stuhlinger 1944-1945 Journal


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Irmgard Stuhlinger 1944-1945 Journal


Irmgard Stuhlinger was the wife of Ernst Stuhlinger, a scientist acquired in Operation Paperclip. In this journal she details her daily life starting from her 19th birthday under the rule of the Third Reich, toward the end of the second World War. She touches on topics such as war, post-secondary education, death of family members, the acquisition of housing, and holidays in the latter part of the war.

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Ernst Stuhlinger Collection
Box 2
University of Alabama in Huntsville Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives, Huntsville, Alabama



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Stuhlinger, Irmgard Lotze, “Irmgard Stuhlinger 1944-1945 Journal,” UAH Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives, accessed May 24, 2024,

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