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Voices from Vietnam,Stories of War

by Kayleen Reusser, Indiana author and publisher​​​

Front page of WWII Roundtable May 2021 Newsletter

WANTED:

Suggestions for Future Speakers​​

The WWII Roundtable Executive Board is looking to fill program slots for 2023. Please send suggestions for future speakers to Dr. Holt: charles.holt@va.gov, or Kathryn Lerch: klerch@parktudor.org; or Bill Ervin: wervin@butler.edu

Updated list of current Legacy Initiative publications

by Kathryn Lerch, Editor

Please click on the picture-link (below) to view or print the books order page:

Announcements

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

We need several volunteers to back each other up with audio visual (AV) duty. We will train you to help with monthly tech support setting up AV equipment for our slide show programs at Northside Events & Social Club. The club also provides assistance and troubleshooting support with technical problems. If you are interested, please email Karl Kleinbub: knj1002@myninestar.net or phone (317) 607-6948 to provide us with your contact information.

2021 NEWSLETTERS

​​INFORMATION DEADLINE FOR NEXT NEWSLETTER - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2023.

Please send new items to editor, Kathryn Lerch, klerch@parktudor.org

Refer to our newsletter’s front page 'bookmark' column for future program dates.

2022 NEWSLETTERS

​​Kayleen Reusser has just completed her first book in a new series on the Vietnam War. A compilation of 18 stories from male veterans from Northeast Indiana, Michigan, and Alabama.


Click here to read more about the book...​​​

The Battle of Milne Bay

by John Shively​​

Here is the link: https://youtu.be/LZWQNNCF4vE

"I have just posted to my YouTube channel page my latest lecture on the Pacific war.  This one is on the battle of Milne Bay.  I put this one together now instead of finishing Okinawa and the naval battles of Guadalcanal since Blythe and I will be visiting Milne Bay sometime in October during a cruise to Australia.

John Shively, indjcs@aol.com

INDIANAPOLIS WORLD WAR II ROUNDTABLE - ERNIE PYLE CHAPTER

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