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Title: The American Soldier in World War II: Omnibus Study of Attitudes--Part E      
dateReleased:
08-23-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USAMS1943-S063E
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USAMS1943-S063E
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Rank in the army; state in which respondent spend last five years of civilian life; entered military by draft/volunteer/national guard; branch of the army serving; visit town/city since at camp; pride in company; interest in military occupation; occupation worthwhile to military; make good in military; good/bad time in military; respondent feel high/low spirited; respondent feels worried/upset; overseas combat v.s. overseas non- combat duty v.s. US duty; soldier v.s. working a war job; satisfaction with military occupation; put into military occupation best suited to respondent; occupation help in war effort; military allowing best personal performance; good chance for promotion; army food; medical attention in the military; respondent's health; respondent's ability to fight right now; rather fight against the Germans/Japanese; length of the war; difficulty in beating countries in the war; outcome of war for the allied forces; peace talks with Germany and Japan; most dangerous: Germany v.s. Japan; effort in army training; work overtime for the military; impression respondent would make on a general; another war in the next 25 years; better/worse living conditions for family/friends since the war; problems in US due to war; importance of receiving news daily; interest in understanding the war/nazism/Russian system of government/China; reason for US being in the war; reason for respondent being in the war; significance of what the US is fighting for; respondent's view of not winning the war; war is not worthwhile; war is worthwhile risking life for; war cause changes in the US; US better/ worse place after war; US involvement in world; release soldier as soon as war is over/release soldiers when jobs available; soldiers who should be released first; soldiers have first chance at jobs; US influence on peace talks; US relations with foreign countries; occupation before war; education; back to school after war; respondent return to same community they lived in before the war; local community after the war.
description:
Directed by Dr. Samuel A. Stouffer for the Research Branch, Information and Education Division, War Department, 2007, "The American Soldier in World War II: Omnibus Study of Attitudes--Part E"
name:
Directed by Dr. Samuel A. Stouffer for the Research Branch, Information and Education Division, War Department
homePage: http://www.harvard.edu/
name:
Harvard University
ID:
SCR:011273
abbreviation:
DataVerse
homePage: http://thedata.org/
name:
Dataverse Network Project
ID:
SCR:001997