The American War Bride Experience

GI Brides of World War II

War Brides Photo Album

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The American War Bride Experience
513 Dunmore Place Ct.
St. Charles, MO 63304

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6/5/1945 - Bedtime for War Brides in Sydney
U.S. Servicemen's Wives and Fiancees' Association

6/5/1945 - Lecture in Sydney
Girls learning about the U.S.

Picture on the Bridgeport! Do you know these girls?

Map of New York Harbor

Joan Barron Arama Pictures
From London to Detroit

Ship Newspapers and Menu Index

2006 Memorial Day Ceremony Normandy American Cemetery

War Brides and Children at the YWCA on Queen St., Auckland, N.Z. 1944

Mariposa Passinger List, 11 July 1946 (PDF File)

Bill Longo Collection of Pictures

Bremerhaven, Germany
Drawing of War Brides at Bremerhaven Train Shed

Camp Tidworth
Photos of where War Brides were processed before leaving on ships.

World Friendship Club
Photos of Members of the World Friendship Club in Eureka, CA

War Brides at Royal Hotel in Kilkeel, Northern Ireland

The War Bride Express
On Jan. 26, 1946 - Saturnia picture full of women, some with children set sail from Southampton, England to New York.
Article from Immigrants: The New Americans.

Britannia Pictures
Leontine (Tina) Francois Boydens Brown took pictures onboard the Britannia and at Camp Lucky Strike in July 1946.

English war brides arrive in New York Harbor
Can you name the ship? Is it the Argentina?

Today's Look at Pier 54
Where the Argentina docked in 1946

Take a look at some fun stuff about War Brides

British War Brides Article in Life Magazine

Pictures of the Queen Mary entering the Harbor in New York City
- Mar. 1946

Auckland, New Zealand
- War Brides departing for US

Pictures of War Brides on the Henry Gibbins Ship
- Mar. 6, 1946
Belfast Telegraph Newspaper article.

SS. Argentina
- Feb. 18, 1946
First Ship to bring American War Brides to the U.S.
- collections of War Brides Photos

Detroit War Brides, June 1946

Brides waiting at Camp Philip Morris
- in LeHavre, France, April '46.

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