Image Archive

Latter-day Saints in the Civil War

Gettysburg National Cemetery. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

David Perry, LDS Convert and
Civil War Confederate Soldier

William Rex, LDS Immigrant and CivCivil War Union Soldier

Latter-day Saints and the
Spanish-American War

Elias Kimball. First LDS
Commissioned Military Chaplain

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Latter-day Saints in World War I

LDS Doughboys from the Logan, Utah area during basic training

Hugh B. Brown, Canadian Army
Officer World War I

Calvin Smith was one of three LDS Chaplains in World War I. He was the son of President Joseph F. Smith who presided over the Church at the same time.

Hubert Layton, World War I casualty

The Tower of London during the World War I commemoration, 2014

Latter-day Saints in World War II

Roland Wright's famous Mormon Mustang, World War II

Phil Shumway,
Stranded for eight days on a raft

Future apostle, L. Tom Perry in front of a temporary LDS meetinghouse

Latter-day Saints in the Korean War

LDS Chapel erected during the Korean War. Soldier Stephenson is in the

Latter-day Saints in the Vietnam War

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Latter-day Saints in Modern Conflicts

Photo Courtesy of Mike Winchester

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Bagram, Afghanistan LDS Branch, June, 2012. Photo Couresy of Clint Thurston