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A History Lesson

I had the opportunity to take my father, the one that just turned 93, to a few appointments last week. At one of those appointments I met an individual named Arthur. 626 more words

Life

Account of a Famous WW2 Battle

Written by a Correspondent Who Was There

By Jeff Salter

Having a life-long interest in military history – and especially about World War Two – I’ve read countless books and many hundreds of articles. 673 more words

Paper Dates

I spent 2018 with the World War II correspondence of my grandparents. There was a lot to learn from the 54 letters about the war in general and how it shaped these two young Chicagoans. 3,690 more words

War letters recount a Marine's fight in the Pacific

ENID, Okla. — Squire Utsler, of Enid, was barely out of high school when he enlisted and shipped out to fight in some of the bloodiest campaigns in the Pacific Theater of the Second World War. 1,016 more words

Journalism

Chaplain Ministry at Sea

Travelling from the United States to their duty in the Philippines onboard a transport ship, Soldiers relied on the chaplains onboard to provide for their religious and spiritual needs. 538 more words

Chaplaincy

WBC Interview: Gregory M. Smith Designer of Pacific Tide from Compass Games

We were fortunate enough to meet Gregory M. Smith at the World Board Gaming Championships in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and get to play his new upcoming game… 30 more words

War Game Wednesday

History Read Along – Inferno: The World at War, Chapters 25-26

Today we discuss the final two chapters in this World War II history book that we’ve been reading all summer!

Next week we’ll feature a final wrap up on this book and announce the next read-along which will be… 848 more words

World War II