Posts Tagged With: WWI

Military Monday – Chicago Area Speaking Engagements and Books

Last week the Daily Herald ran an article about my military work and books in preparation for two speaking engagements at the Arlington Heights Library this month. It was very exciting to see the article both online and in print. The first program was Saturday and I spoke to over 100 people. The questions and […]

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Military Monday – Finding Genealogy in Military Records

After finishing and publishing three books on World War II this year, I took a month and a half long break. Kind of a forced break you could say – where I just could not and did not want to research, read, talk about, or write anything World War II or military. I guess sometimes […]

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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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