Posts Tagged With: military historian

Tuesday’s Tip – British Commonwealth Cemeteries

Are you interested in finding your British Force ancestor’s grave from World War I? If you had a relative who served with the British, Irish, Scottish, Australian, or New Zealand forces under the British crown in World War I, there are some great resources available to you. The primary one being the Commonwealth War Graves […]

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Writing Wednesday – Book Review “Flying Warbirds”

I am a member of the World War II History Network and from time to time there are book giveaways. A few weeks ago I received Flying Warbirds An Illustrated Profile of The Flying Heritage Collection’s Rare WWII-Era Aircraft by Cory Graff. While I do a lot of research on World War II, this book […]

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Military Monday – Excerpt from “The Doughboy”

On May 8, I will release my next book Stories of the Lost, available through my author website. Pre-order a signed copy on my website. This is an excerpt of one chapter about Michael Kokoska, 32nd Infantry Division, WWI. Josef and Majdalena’s Grief I cannot believe my son is dead. His mother Majdalena, and I […]

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