Author Archives: Jennifer Holik

Remembering Soldier James Privoznik and The Battle of the Bulge

According to the Individual Deceased Personnel File for Pfc. James Privoznik was killed 70 years ago today during the Battle of the Bulge. I of course never knew James but have felt a special connection to him, particularly as I researched and wrote his story for my book “Stories of the Lost” last year and […]

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Introducing Writing Wednesday

A large part of my job these days is writing…..mostly about World War II….which I still enjoy doing in a coffee shop with distractions for the times the writing gets too intense. World War II writing is primarily what I write about on my blog and in my published books. But, military writing is not […]

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Military Monday – World War II Research Q&A

In June of 2014 I started writing a monthly column for The In-Depth Genealogist’s Magazine to help researchers learn about the records and resources to locate information on their military ancestors who served primarily in World War II. Some of the information I present does apply to World War I records because some of the […]

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