THE FOUNDATION

 

 

 

GOALS

 

  1. Uphold the memory of those who served in the United States Army XIX Corps including its assignments and attachments when our freedom was at stake during the years 1944 1945.
     
  1. Keep alive the memory of the commanding officer of the United States Army XIX Corps,  during its first combat campaigns, Major General Charles H. Corlett.
     
  1. Keep alive the memory of the United States Army XIX Corps including its assignments and attachments during the years 1944 1945.
     
  1. Collect, preserve, and make available for public as well as history-students records in text, photos, and movies through means of a depository of records on the internet and otherwise regarding the history of XIX Corps including its assignments and attachments during the years 1944 1945.
     
  1. Conduct additional research, about the involvement of the United States Army XIX Corps including its assignments and attachments in the war against Nazi-dictatorship on French, Belgian, Netherlands, and German soil during the years 1944 -1945.
     
  1. Create a complete list of honor of those killed in action or died of wounds while serving in the XIX Corps including its assignments and attachments during the years 1944 1945.
     
  1. Stimulate the realization and preservation of monuments and memorials helping to keep alive the memory of the United States Army XIX Corps, its assignments and attachments as well as individual officers or enlisted men who died or were wounded while serving their country during WWII.
     

DONATIONS OF GOODS

 

Our Collection

The General Corlett Foundation broadly collects material relating to the history of United States Army XIX Corps including its assignments and attachments in the war against Nazi-dictatorship on French, Belgian, Netherlands, and German soil during the years 1944 -1945. 

 

Making a Donation

If you have an object the foundation might want, just contact us. Describe the object: its size, age, condition, and history.

 

Caveat

The foundation has no unlimited resources, so prospective gifts are evaluated carefully to make sure that the objects selected meet the specific needs, are authentic and original, and are in good condition. The foundation tries to accept only those objects that it really needs, and can properly preserve.

 

Tax Deductions

As a donor, you may be able to take a tax deduction for all or a portion of the fair market value of your gift. (Consult your tax advisor for details.) The foundation is prohibited from appraising your donation.

 
 
 
 

 

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