Questionnaire: Scholl, John E.
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Two questionnaires completed about John E. Scholl's service in the United States Army during World War II. Scholl was drafted in November 1942 and graduated from Medical Department Technicians' School at Lawson General Hospital in Atlanta Georgia. He became a special agent in the Counter intelligence Corps of the Army.
Military; army; survey; questionnaire; draft; Medial Department Technicians School; University of Pennsylvania; Counter Intelligence Corps
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United States. Army
Ricker, Ralph R. (Ralph Ross), 1908
West Chester State Teachers College
Swope, Charles Siegel, 1899-1959
World War, 1939-1945
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