Posts Tagged With: Chicago military historian

Military Monday – Search the Military Collaterals

Over the last several months I have met a lot of people working on their World War II family research. Some of these people come from a genealogy background where they are usually taught to search for collaterals to assist their research. Others come from a non-genealogy background where they are simply interested because they […]

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Final Military Programs for 2014

2014 is coming to a close and so are my military programs. The final two are tonight and next week. I am booking for next year so please contact me if your group or organization is looking for a speaker. My lecture topics, appearances and contact information is on my website. Thursday, November 13, 2014, […]

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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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