Posts Tagged With: WWII

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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Writing Wednesday – The Writer Magazine

One of the resources I use regularly to learn about the craft of writing and expose myself to different writing styles is The Writer Magazine. I enjoy this magazine and its website because of the variety of articles and the accessibility of new writing prompts and publishing information. In the February 2015 edition there is […]

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Military Monday – Returning WWI and WWII Identification Tags

My friend Lorine at Olive Tree Genealogy has been working on returning ID tags to families of soldiers from World War I and World War II. She has many unsolved cases to date. Can you help her? Below are several she would love assistance with. #24. Earl G. Gregory WW2 Navy http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com/2015/01/earl-g-gregorys-ww2-navy-id-tags-need.html #23. Leroy Tillery […]

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