Author Archives: Jennifer Holik

Military Monday – Finding Genealogy in Military Records

After finishing and publishing three books on World War II this year, I took a month and a half long break. Kind of a forced break you could say – where I just could not and did not want to research, read, talk about, or write anything World War II or military. I guess sometimes […]

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Chicago Rigi Photos

My Ricigliano, Italy project continues and this week I received a large tub of photos to scan for one of my Rigi clients. Many of these photos are wedding, church, and individual photos that are unidentified for the most part. To help identify these photos, I uploaded them to my website. Please stop by my […]

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Military Monday – Medical Journals from World War II

As I write this, I’m sitting in a hotel in St. Louis at the 90th Division Association reunion. I’m looking through binder after binder of information. Morning Reports. Medical Journals kept by unit surgeons. Personnel records. A Chaplain’s diary (unpublished.) Photographs. Maps. And I’m not finished. The researcher I use at the National Personnel Records […]

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