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The Bruce C. Clarke Library Digital Repository was created to preserve rare and historic materials from the library’s collection. These digital resources include selected material from the library’s Rare Book collection as well as other literature documenting the history of Fort Leonard Wood. All publications, including “The Guidon”, Fort Leonard Wood’s weekly publication since 1966, are freely available to Military members, their families and the public. The goal of this collection is to allow access to items considered too fragile for normal use and to provide users access to information on the history of Fort Leonard Wood.

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Oral History with Gen. Bruce C. Clarke

This is a transcript of a tape-recorded interview conducted for the Harry S. Truman Library. A draft of this transcript was edited by the interviewee but only minor emendations were made; therefore, the reader should remember that this is essentially a transcript of the spoken, rather than the written word.

Arlington National Cemetery site for General Clarke

A summary of General Clarke’s life and service from Arlington National Cemetery.

 Adams, NY History and Genealogy Presents the History and Mementos of General Bruce C. Clarke

This webpage, from General Clarke's hometown of Adams, NY, provides biographical information about his life.

Publications by General Clarke at the Truman Presidential Library

  • From Leadership to Commandership, by General Bruce C. Clarke (Ret.), no date, 4 pages (Truman Library Oral History Background Information File)
  • How To Study and Take Examinations, by General Bruce C. Clarke (Ret.), prepared for the U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, no date, 6 pages (Truman Library Oral History Background Information File)
  • Soldier Management and Morale, by General Bruce C. Clarke (Ret.), GPO, Washington, D.C., A-9840, October 1, 1965, 26 pages (Truman Library Oral History Background Information File)
  • Early Individual Integration In The Army, by General Bruce C. Clarke, (Ret.), no date, 7 pages (Truman Library Oral History Background Information File)


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