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Military Memories Blog Post: May 29 – After The War

May 29:  After The War.  Write about life after war. What did your ancestor come home to when his or her service ended? Marriage? A job? Family? College? Did he or she enlist to serve again? #militarymemories Spend some time talking to family members about life after the war. There was a baby boom as […]

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Military Memories Blog Post: May 28 – The Home Front

May 28: The Home Front. Did any of your family live in Europe or the Pacific theaters of war during WWII? Did they remain there after the war or emigrate? How did the war affect their decision to stay or go? #militarymemories There were many families that lived in Europe during the war and emigrated […]

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Military Memories Blog Post: May 27 – Overseas Service

May 27: Overseas Service. Engage the senses. As you write a story about your solider, talk about the smell, sights, and tastes of war. What is seen and experienced? #militarymemories Excerpt from the chapter The Tough O’mbres in my new book “Stories of the Lost.” January 1, 1945, we moved into the front lines and […]

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