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Follow Friday – Pritzker Military Museum and Library

Last night I attended another program, The Big Red One on D-Day, at Pritzker Military Museum and Library. The program ran longer than most which was fantastic. There was so much incredible information shared by Joseph Balkoski, John McManus, Steven Zaloga, and Paul Herbert that to cut the program to one hour would not have […]

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Military Monday -Examining WWII Death Records Other Components

Welcome to the newest installment in the world of military records! As you read through this series, please keep in mind I’m discussing World War II records only. While there is a lot of overlap between other wars and records, the focus here is only World War II. Today we will wrap up our discussion […]

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Military Monday -Examining WWII Death Records For a Non-Recoverable Soldier

It’s Monday and that means a new installment in the world of military records! As you read through this series, please keep in mind I’m discussing World War II records only. While there is a lot of overlap between other wars and records, the focus here is only World War II. Today we will examine […]

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Follow Friday – Writing Sites February 28, 2013

I encourage everyone to write their family stories. You do not have to publish a book, but write the stories to pass to the next generation. This information is so important. To help you with this task, here are a few writing blogs I enjoy reading. Many have writing prompts to get the creative juices […]

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Military Monday – Examining WWII Death Records For an Unidentified Soldier

It’s Monday and that means a new installment in the world of military records! As you read through this series, please keep in mind I’m discussing World War II records only. While there is a lot of overlap between other wars and records, the focus here is only World War II. Today we will examine […]

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Military Monday – Examining WWII Death Records For an Identified Soldier

It’s Monday and that means a new installment in the world of military records! As you read through this series, please keep in mind I’m discussing World War II records only. While there is a lot of overlap between other wars and records, the focus here is only World War II. Today we will begin […]

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