NOV & DEC
This book explores Indiana’s great contribution to the war by highlighting many of the military bases, memorials, monuments, and museums throughout the state as well as sharing the stories of those who served in combat theaters and at home.
Books can be acquired directly from the author Ronald P. May by contacting him at: email@example.com) or from The History Press by contacting Hali Lawrence at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the brief YouTube video link for an overview of the book. https://youtu.be/e94ueVnRK_I.
SEP & OCT
Website & Communications
We need a volunteer to help with website update duty and email communication. We will train you. If you are interested, please contact WWII Roundtable President Dr. Charles Holt during our next dinner meeting.
MAR & APR
Your Favorite WWII Movies or Book Titles
If you have several, that is okay. Write them on a piece of paper (your name is optional) and give it to WWII Roundtable President ("Doc") Chuck Holt.
We will collate and share this information with you and our members.
ACCEPTING INFORMATION FOR FUTURE NEWSLETTERS
Please send new items to editor, Kathryn Lerch, email@example.com
Refer to our newsletter’s front page 'bookmark' column for future program dates.
JUL & AUG
JAN & FEB
Photo source, the author's website:
New book by Ronald P. May, Published
by The History Press
"World War II Indiana Landmarks"
MAR & APR
INDIANAPOLIS WORLD WAR II ROUNDTABLE - ERNIE PYLE CHAPTER
NOV & DEC
MAY & JUN
"The (34th) division participated in six major Army campaigns in North Africa and Italy. The division is credited with amassing 517 days of front-line combat, second only to the 654 days of fighting by the 32nd Infantry Division. One or more 34th Division units were engaged in actual combat for 611 days."
34th Infantry Division, U.S. Army
"The 34th Infantry Division...was the first American division deployed to Europe in World War II, where it fought with great distinction in the Italian Campaign."
Where History and Heroes Meet