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In addition to historians appointed in national parks in the 1930s, others have worked with the Army.16 In an article about the pragmatic roots of public history in the United States, Conard explains that World War I transformed isolated military history initiatives "into a more serious effort to document various aspects of the war as it was taking place." (17) After 1945, the Historical Division of the War Department was "set to writing the official history of the army in World War II" and became the Office, Chief of Military History (OCMH
) in 1950.
The Military Police Corps Museum was formally registered with the Office of the Chief of Military History (OCMH
) in June 1963 and assigned the prefix of "MPC" for use when cataloging historic artifacts.