"Robert Wolfe" was a World War II U.S. Army officer, historian, and retired senior archivist of the National Archives and Records Administration/US National Archives. He was wounded in both the Pacific and European Theaters of Operation. He commanded a recon team and also an anti-landmine platoon. He was a subject matter expert on captured Nazi Germany/Nazi war documents. Wolfe worked for 34 years at the Archives, functioning as its senior specialist for captured German and related records.

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