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Tag Archives: Cold War
Papers of Rudi Berndt, WPAFB Engineer via Operation Paperclip, Now Open for Research
We are pleased to announce that MS-632: Rudi Berndt Papers is now open for research. Rudi Julius Berndt (1921-2004) was a German engineer who came to the United States as part of Operation Paperclip (or Project Paperclip), a secret program … Continue reading
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Star Wars in the Archives
May the 4th is widely recognized — by Star Wars fans, at least — as “Star Wars Day.” This is due to a glorious pun: the phrase “May the 4th be with you” sounds very similar to the greeting “May the Force … Continue reading