Posts Tagged With: navy

Military Monday – African Americans in WWII

Last week I was at Pritzker Military Museum and Library and stumbled upon a book I did not know existed, while looking for something else. I found African American World War II Casualties and Decorations in the Navy, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine by Glenn A. Knoblock. This book provides incredible genealogical and military service […]






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Military Monday – U.S. Submarine Men Lost During World War II Book Review

Last week I was at Pritzker Military Museum and Library doing some research and writing and found a set of six books called United States Submarine Men Lost During World War II. The book series is based on a research project by Paul W. Wittmer and Charles R. Hinman. This book is a compilation of […]






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Military Monday – Military Research From the Civil War to World War II

Cindy Freed and I, writers for the In-Depth Genealogist, were interviewed on IDG’s new YouTube channel. Cindy talked about Civil War Research and her book Ancestors in a Divided Nation. I talked about World War II research and my two new books,┬áStories from the World War II Battlefield, which will soon be released on researching […]






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