Posts Tagged With: genealogy

Military Monday – Tips on Organizing World War II Records

The abundance of records available for World War II do not stop with a soldier’s service file (OMPF.) There are numerous reports which may list a soldier or provide the context in which he served (battles, citations received, movements, transportation.) These records range from the Company level all the way up to the overall war. […]






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Stories from the World War II Battlefield: A Sneak Peek at Volume 2

Have you seen Volume 1 of my new book series on researching World War II records? I put together a Press Release and Table of Contents for both Volumes 1 and 2. You can view it here. Mark your calendars, because April 7, Volume 2 will be released! Stories from the World War II Battlefield: […]






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Military Monday – Oral Histories and Memories

In the fall of 2013, the Pritzker Military Museum and Library hosted their first Military History Symposium, and I heard Tim O’Brien speak for the first time. I took eight pages of notes as he spoke on writing and his experience in Vietnam. A couple of weeks ago I watched The Fiction of War air […]






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