Authors: Defense Department School History by Various SMEPosted: September 30, 2012
DODDS PACIFIC REGION – 1946 – 1986
Editor-in-Chief : Nancy Johnston, Japan
Country Editors: Elizabeth Bryner, Korea; Lilly Garcia, Okinawa; Jan Hinch, Taiwan; Walter Piek, Historian; Eileen Stansbury, Regional Coordinator; Donna Young, Philippines, Midway
A history of the first twenty years of the DoD school system in the Pacific Region. Presented in a school yearbook format, it reports almost school-by-school and on the evolution of the administration, management, and day-to-life of students and teachers throughout the region from September 7, 1946, to the spring of 1986.
Compiled and edited by Allen Dale Olson, with a Foreword by Joseph A. Mason
Published by Walsworth Publishing Company, Marceline, Missouri, 1971
A comprehensive history of the DoD school system in the European Area when it was known as United States Dependents Schools, European Area (USDESEA, from October 14, 1946 through 1971.
THE DEPENDENTS SCHOOLS PROGRAM OF THE U.S. ARMY, EUROPE, 1946 – 1956
Published by the Historical Division, U.S. Army, Europe, 1958
A collection of monographs, memoranda, and special studies concerning the establishment of the dependents schools in Europe from before the end of WWII through the first ten years.
FROM DSS TO DODDS
By Allen Dale Olson, with a Foreword by Beth Stephens
Published by Walsworth Publishing Company, Marceline, Missouri, 1986
The story of the European DoD school system from its origins in 1946 through its various evolutions from the military departments to the Defense Department.
ONCE UPON A DAY IN DODDS GERMANY
Edited and compiled by Mary Smothers, Wanda McCollar, Richard Lancaster, and Jean Huss, with a Foreword by Fred Welch
Photographs by Judith Benka, Don Hagans, and teachers throughout the school system
Published by Walsworth Publishing Company, Marceline, Missouri, 1988
A collection of photographs and anecdotes in homes and schools throughout the American military communities in Germany depicting boys and girls getting ready for school, being in school, and coming home from school.