Author Archives: Jennifer Holik

Military Monday – Military Research From the Civil War to World War II

Cindy Freed and I, writers for the In-Depth Genealogist, were interviewed on IDG’s new YouTube channel. Cindy talked about Civil War Research and her book Ancestors in a Divided Nation. I talked about World War II research and my two new books, Stories from the World War II Battlefield, which will soon be released on researching […]

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Writing Wednesday – Book Review “Flying Warbirds”

I am a member of the World War II History Network and from time to time there are book giveaways. A few weeks ago I received Flying Warbirds An Illustrated Profile of The Flying Heritage Collection’s Rare WWII-Era Aircraft by Cory Graff. While I do a lot of research on World War II, this book […]

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Military Monday – Guest Post: War in the Pacific

This guest post by Colin Wilson is part of a new series discussing research of World War II. Let’s take a journey through time together. It’s November 20, 1943. You’re 19 years old and a replacement in a Marine Corps rifle squad headed towards Red Beach 2 and a place called Betio. Not much more […]

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