Lt. Col. Arthur T. Lobdell commanded Iowa base camps at Clarinda from December 1943 to June 1944 and Algona fromJune 1944 to its closing in February 1946. This narrative is a history of the beginning of both camps, and particularly of Algona’s many challenges during is existence. The account illustrates the skills and experience Lobdell brought with his leadership and his resolve to treat others as he would wish to be treated. If some of his men did not respond favorably to such a “Golden Rule” approach, he was never shaken in his belief that is was appropriate.
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