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"dc-r" docu center ramstein Bücher, Broschüren, Zeitungen [DCR2010_0011_10]

Magazin, Spotlight, Official magazine of USAREUR Special Activities, Vol.9, Nr.6, 19. März 1954

Magazin, Spotlight, Official magazine of USAREUR Special Activities, Vol.9, Nr.6, 19. März 1954 (dc-r docu center ramstein CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: dc-r docu center ramstein (CC BY-NC-SA)


Titelblattgestaltung: Fotos von verschiedenen Sportwettbewerben (Bowling, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Boxen).
Inhalt (laut Inhaltsverzeichnis): u.a. Shutterbug Corner - 1954 USAREUR Photo Contest, Entertainment - ’Talent Contest, Auditions, Sports- All-Army Basketball & Bowling Teams, 1954 USAREUR Softball Clinic, USAREUR Enters 1954 CISM Soccer Matches.
Umfang: 15 Seiten.
Spotlight, 1954, S.2: "Published biweekly at Nuremberg, Germany, for the welfare of United States Army, Air Force and Navy personnel by Technical Information Office, U.S. Army, Europe, Special Activities Division, under the supervision of Major General Charles K. Gailey, Jr., Chief.
It is distributed to personnel and installations of Special Services, Motion Picture Service, and the Exchange System in Europe..."


Papier, Offsetdruck, Klammerbindung, Metall.


H 29,8 cm; B 22,6 cm

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Object from: "dc-r" docu center ramstein

„Ramstein, Germany“ ist durch seinen US-Flugplatz weltweit ein Begriff. Das benachbarte Kaiserslautern kennt man in der Welt als „K-Town“. ...

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