A religious leader in the United States military assigned to conduct religious services and counseling. This file contains military service information, along with religious service references.
During World War II, the American military went to unprecedented lengths to meet their personnel’s spiritual needs. Religion was seen as an essential part of maintaining commitment and morale in the face of Allied struggles against Axis tyranny. Prayer sustained many GIs who found comfort not just from others but also through services led by chaplains; when soldiers lost comrades during battle, these individuals provided solace that affirmed they were fighting for a righteous cause. A Religious History of the American GI in World War II is required reading if you want insight into how social history affected those fifteen million brave patriots who served our country so valiantly.
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