RSVP: Please send your RSVP to Karl Kleinbub, knj1002@myninestar.net, or phone (317) 607-6948, no later than Thursday before Monday's program.​​ 

Please bring exact change ($11 cash) for your dinner, plus a few dollars for your generous dinner tip. Drawing tickets are $5 (ea) and are optional. Prizes are your pick of a variety of military history collector artifacts and books.

​​​​​​​​​WWII Roundtable Dinner Program

Monday, June 24, 2024​​

2024 DINNER PROGRAMS

(meet 4th Monday each month)

Dinner (RSVP), $11 + table tip
5:00 pm doors open - 6:00 PM dinner served 
7:00 PM program starts​

JANUARY 22

FEBRUARY 26

MARCH 25

APRIL 22

MAY 20  (New dinner date in May)

JUNE 24

JULY 22

AUGUST 26

SEPTEMBER 23

OCTOBER 28

NOVEMBER 25

DECEMBER (No meeting)

Join us! 

 Learn about WWII history from the heroes that lived it. 

​Meet authors, heroes, historians, history buffs & Veterans. ​​​

Everyone is welcome - all ages! 

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2024 ANNUAL DUES
Veteran Family $20
Non-Veteran Family $25
WWII Veterans FREE​​​​​​​​ Membership​

​Accepting checks now for 2024

at our new mailing address.

Make payable to:

WWII Roundtable Inc.

917 E Walnut St

Lebanon, IN 46052

Louis Anthony "Lou" Conter, age 102, last survivor from the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor died 1 April 2024

Current Newsletter:

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​​​Our WWII Roundtable member, Bob Pedigo (age 100), is quoted in an article at Military Times about his memories of D-Day.

Article citation: John Leicester, Sylvie Corbet, and Danica Kirka, The Associated Press, Tuesday, Jun 4, 2024. "Last WWII vets converge on Omaha Beach for D-Day and fallen friends." 

https://www.militarytimes.com/veterans/military-history/2024/06/04/last-wwii-
vets-converge-on-omaha-beach-for-d-day-and-fallen-friends/

WWII Roundtable special note: To publish a direct link to the article is currently pending permission from Military Times website. However, readers are free to use the article's address written in the citation, above.

Our new Commemorative Challenge Coins are given FREE to all WWII Veterans.

They are also available with a $10 donation.

The USS Arizona (BB-39) burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941. USS Arizona sunk at en:Pearl Harbor. The ship is resting on the harbor bottom. The supporting structure of the forward tripod mast has collapsed after the forward magazine exploded.​https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lou_Conter#/media/File:The_USS_Arizona_(BB-39)_burning_after_the_Japanese_attack_on_Pearl_Harbor_-_NARA_195617_-_Edit.jpg

 There are numerous articles on Lou Conter and his very interesting long life - included at the Wikipedia website, find his story of survival of the attack and sinking of his ship.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lou_Conter 

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​​​Thank you for your service, Bob Pedigo & Joe Thurmond!

​Featured program in June:

"WWII Campaign in Burma"

Featured speaker: Tom Slemons, WWII Roundtable Member

​Northside Events & Social Club (formerly "Knights of Columbus")

2100 E 71st Street, Indianapolis, Indiana​​

​Doors open - 5 PM. Dinner - 6 PM. Program - 7 PM.

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Where History and Heroes  Meet

INDIANAPOLIS WORLD WAR II ROUNDTABLE - ERNIE PYLE CHAPTER

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New on YouTube:

"Japanese Strategic War Objectives" by John Shively

This is the first of a 2-part lecture series on Japanese strategic pre-war objectives. (Posted on Mar 19, 2024)

​​​Northside Events & Social Club 
(formerly K of C)
2100 E 71st Street 
Indianapolis, IN 46220​

  • Track 11:28
  • Track 22:35
  • Track 32:31
  • Track 43:29
  • Track 52:59
  • Track 62:40
  • Track 72:04
  • Track 82:52
  • Track 93:03
  • Track 103:06
  • Track 113:45

Book cover image: "General Stilwell's party hikes from Burma to India." (National Archives) https://history.army.mil/brochures/burma42/burma42.htm