Posts Tagged With: Chicago military historian

Military Monday – Missing in Action and Presumed Date of Death

I received the service file for a World War II Naval Pilot I am researching. There is still a lot of work to be done but one thing struck me that needs to be addressed. This is the date a soldier was declared Missing in Action versus the date they died or were presumed dead. […]

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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 – “Lost in Shangri-La” Book Review

I recently finish a book called Lost in Shangri-La by Mitchell Zuckoff which was recommended by a friend at a Starbucks I frequent. He enjoys World War II books and said this was a winner but not one to be read before bed as it is disturbing. I thought I would take it to the […]

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