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Allan S. Weinberg Collection

Identifier: RG 2032

Scope and Contents

This collection includes binoculars, a photo album of the 116 Signal Radio Intelligence Company reunion dinner on May 31, 1996; three photographs of service-related social events; photographs of army and country scenes in Europe; a German arm band with swastika, apaulet, belt buckle. insignia, pins; metal dinner knife; a copy of an army discharge document; an enlistment record; a report of honorable discharged dated January 5, 1946; postcards mailed to A. Weinberg in 1944; newspaper clippings on the progress and end of World War II; a selective service registration certificate dated June 30, 1942; and blank postcards of scenic army and country scenes in Europe.


  • 1942 - 1996


Biographical / Historical

Allan S. Weinberg was a radio operator with the 116 Signal Radio Intelligence company, which operated in England, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Germany. Its mission was to intercept radio traffic and to pinpoint activities of front-line German divisions.


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Part of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research Repository

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