Posts Tagged With: WWII author

Follow Friday – Military Websites and Blogs

In the (I’ve lost track of what number) revision of my new World War II records lecture I debuted last night, I found a few websites I think are worth sharing. Christine Kohler’s eXtreme X-overs Part I and eXtreme X-overs Part II Missing Marines The Children’s War – A Guide to Books for Young Readers […]

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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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Follow Friday – Camp Butner Society

Did your soldier train at Camp Butner in North Carolina during the war years? One of mine did, James Privoznik, who I wrote about in my book, Stories of the Lost. There is now an official society that is taking membership to help raise funds to acquire an old building and restore it and obtain […]

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