Military Research

I Wish I Knew Then……

I’m finishing up pieces of my WWII Records book series, Stories from the World War II Battlefield, in regard to the basics, roadblocks, and what you should know. I’m trying to provide as much basic information to help you overcome roadblocks and break down brick walls. My question is – What do you wish you […]

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Military Monday – Check Your Facts

I was recently putting together a timeline for 2nd Lt. Fred A. Davis for my books. I was looking at the notice of his death in the 23 Nov 1944 Chicago Tribune. His widow stated he was the co-pilot of a Liberator Bomber reported missing after a flight over Austria on November 2. What she […]

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Military Monday – Reconstructing a Military Service File

I recently presented my newest lecture “The Day That Lived in Infamy” Navigating World War II Records at the Cook Memorial Public Library District. There is a lot of information to cover in about an hour on the basics of World War II research and what records are available if the service file burned. I […]

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