Over the years, I was acknowledged in the following books and documentaries:
The Medal of Honor: The Evolution of America's Highest Military Decoration by Dwight S. Mears: "Tim Frank: Formerly a historian at the Naval History and Heritage Command, was instrumental in providing policy records on the US Navy's interwar noncombat decorations, without which the related chapter would be inchoate."
Patton at the Battle of the Bulge by Leo Barron: "In addition to veterans' interviews, several researchers and archivists also supported me in this endeavor.... I would like to thank Susan Strange and Tim Frank, who spent innumerable hours pouring over documents in the National Archives at College Park, Maryland. Without them, I would not have had thousands of valuable primary sources to examine."
The Way of Duty, Honor, Country: The Memoir of General Charles Pelot Summerall edited and annotated by Timothy Nenninger: "Holly Reed at the National Archives, Tim Frank, an independent researcher, and Andrew Woods at the First Division Museum provided crucial support in locating and copying relevant photographs."
FDR's Deadly Secret by Steven Lomazow, MD and Eric Fettmann: "Our Research Assistant, Tim Frank, located material in several archives in the Washington, D.C., and Virginia area."
Medal of Honor: Portraits of Valor Beyond the Call of Duty by Nick Del Calzo and Peter Collier (I proof read, fact checked and compared then and now photos in the first edition only): "Special acknowledgement is extended to the staff of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society for their extensive research, insights and support, in particular, making Medal of Honor recipients available for countless photograph and interview sessions."
Eisenhower 1956: The President's Year of Crisis - Suez and the Brink of War by David A. Nichols: "Jeffrey Barlow at the Naval History and Heritage Command in Washington, D.C., advised me concerning naval maneuvers during the Suez crisis and Tim Frank facilitated my obtaining a copy of an important declassified study of the naval history of the Suez Crisis."
To Kingdom Come: An Epic Saga of Survival in the Air War Over Germany by Robert Mrazek: "As all World War II students know, negotiating the labyrinth of the National Archives is a daunting challenge. I was thankful to have the assistance of an extraordinary researcher, Tim Frank, who found reports I was unable to locate at the National Archives and Records Administration in College Park, MD."
In the Shadow of a Mountain: A Soldier's Struggle With Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Susan Dahlgren Daigneault: "I also wish to thank historian Tim Frank for unearthing Dad's military file and sending me a copy, complete with records of the process by which Dad's actions were reviewed in order to award him the Medal of Honor. The map of Winter Street in Oberhoffen that was part of the file I received from Tim went with me to France and was a helpful resource on the day I walked Winter Street."
Chewing Gum, Candy Bars and Beer: The Army PX in World War II by James J. Cooke: "Tim Frank, a professional historian and researcher in College Park, Maryland obtained the photographs from the National Archives. His selection was invaluable for this book."
The Attack on the Liberty: The Untold Story of Israel's Deadly 1967 Assault on a U.S. Spy Ship by James Scott: "James Bamford, Tim Frank, Joseph Bouchard, and Ahron Bregman also graciously shared interviews, letters and e-mails."
Every Night and Every Morn: Portraits of Asian, Hispanic, Jewish, African-American, and Native American Recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor by John L. Johnson: I also wish to thank the Congressional Medal of Honor Society and especially Victoria, Caro, Laurie, and Timothy for their advice and help and especially for making available the Society's invaluable Archives.
U.S. Navy & Marine Corps Campaign and Commemorative Medals by Edward Emering
The Call of Duty: Military Awards and Decorations of the United States of America (Expanded Edition) by LTC John E. Strandberg and Roger James Bender.
Never Stand Still: The History of Consolidated Freightways, Inc. and CNF Transportation Inc., 1929-2000 by Kenneth D. Durr and Philip Cantelon: "Carol A. Spielman assisted with footnote editing and formatting, and Timothy L. Frank provided assistance with footnotes at a critical time."
Dragons and Violins: A Memoir of War and Music by David Armstrong "And I am grateful for the help offered by the staffs of numerous libraries, institutions and research organizations, including the Military Research Associates, College Park, Maryland...."
The War Below: The Story of Three Submarines That Battled Japan by James Scott "Others I owe special thanks to include…my good friend Tim Frank...with the Naval History and Heritage Command...."
Here Rests in Honored Glory: Life Stories of Our Country's Medal of Honor Recipients by Andrew J. DeKever: Tim Frank...also must be thanked for responding to my numerous questions and inquiries over email, as well as for pointing me towards the National Archives and other valuable sources of information."
Bones of my Grandfather: Reclaiming a Lost Hero of World War II by Clay Bonnyman Evans: I was noted as one of the many researchers who contributed information for the book.
Medal of Honor: The History "Special Acknowledgment and Thanks to: Tim Frank - Medal of Honor Historian - Naval History and Heritage Command."
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