Join the WWII Conversation at the World War II History Network!

About a month ago I was invited by a colleague on LinkedIn to join the community at the World War II History Network. Once I did that, I was quickly put to work as a

Frank and Joseph Holik, two brothers joining the fight. Photo courtesy Libbie Holik.

Frank and Joseph Holik, two brothers joining the fight. Photo courtesy Libbie Holik.

“Staff” to help moderate the genealogy group. Getting involved in this community has been a good thing for me personally and my business. The site has a lot of members but could use some more participation and members. It is a great resource for discussions, sharing books, movies, music, and trying to navigate World War II records.

I’d personally like to see more historians join the community and see them discuss their research and writing. These are two of my favorite areas and I am always looking for a new perspective on how to teach and write about WWII. This is my business after all.

What can you find at the World War II History Network and what is it? A cross between FaceBook and LinkedIn. You can create a profile, make friends, join groups, and really dig deep into WWII. And soon there will be a book giveaway contest! You don’t want to miss that opportunity.

Want to know more? Grab a cup of coffee and visit the website through any of the links below. See – there is a lot going on so come join the conversation!

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3 thoughts on “Join the WWII Conversation at the World War II History Network!

  1. Any plans to add Canadian, Australian and other allied forces?

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