Millburn Public Library>When Millburn Went to War
A historical record of those
who served abroad and at home
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As the war progressed, it ceased to be an event and became a way of life. Bond drives, scrap metal and paper collection, ration cards... News from the front was often censored and those at home did what they could. Then they crossed their fingers and waited. And then they did some more.
The Township Tattle ... was published monthly, during the war years, by the American Women's Voluntary Services of Millburn, NJ. The 1942-1945 editions that can be read here were sent to local enlisted men and women and brought them news of their friends and neighbors...
The Alert ... was published by the Civilian Defense Council of Millburn,
NJ. The Editor was Mr. Ramsdell. The 1942-1943 editions here...were
intended to keep Millburn and Short Hills residents 'alert'
to potentially dangerous situations, here at home, during war time.
For additional material relating to the history of Millburn Township, visitAll materials courtesy of the Millburn-Short Hills Historical Society
The Township Tattle
Newsletter of the American Women's Volunteer Services (Millburn, NJ)