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  • War in the Pacific

    46 members Latest Activity: Nov 11

  • On the Homefront

    68 members Latest Activity: Oct 30

    On the Homefront: the cultural and social history of the Second World War

  • China - Burma - India Theatre

    16 members Latest Activity: May 10

    Also known as the "C-B-I" Theatre.

  • Women in World War II

    31 members Latest Activity: Jul 29

    WELCOME TO WOMEN IN WORLD WAR II

    The diverse roles played by women throughout the war had a big impact not only…

  • Authors, Educators & Historians

    11 members Latest Activity: Aug 9

    We strive to offer a unique forum for authors, educators and historians to share their research challenges, findings and other interesting…

  • Australia, Canada, and other Allied Forces

    16 members Latest Activity: Oct 16

    Learn about the roles the Australians, Canadians, and other Allied Forces played in World War II. Share your family stories and research,…

  • BIOGRAPHY: LEADERS & COMMANDERS

    28 members Latest Activity: Oct 12

  • The Italian Campaign

    12 members Latest Activity: May 9

    The Allied war in Italy. From Sicily and then to mainland Salerno, Monte Cassino and on to Anzio and Rome. From 1943 to 1945, this theater had it…

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Jennifer Holik posted a status
""When Books Went to War" releasing 12/2…"
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Randy Gann liked David G. Mitchell's discussion Invasion Rabaul: The Epic Story of Lark Force, the Forgotten Garrison, January - July 1942 (Rabaul Trilogy)
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Randy Gann liked Lisa Hogan's discussion "American Nightingale" by Bob Welch
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Randy Gann replied to David G. Mitchell's discussion Mission to Berlin: The American Airmen Who Struck the Heart of Hitler's Reich by Robert F. Dorr in the group Books, Book Reviews, and What We're Reading
"Thanks for the heads up. The title sounded promising."
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Scott Lyons liked Lisa Hogan's discussion "American Nightingale" by Bob Welch
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Scott Lyons liked Robert F. Dorr's event Robert F. Dorr
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WWII Descendant
Lisa Hogan replied to Lisa Hogan's discussion "American Nightingale" by Bob Welch in the group Books, Book Reviews, and What We're Reading
"Thanks Doug!  I just corrected his name.  It was such a good book.  Happy that you'll be giving Mr. Welch my compliments."
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David G. Mitchell added 2 discussions to the group Books, Book Reviews, and What We're Reading
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Doug Phillips replied to David G. Mitchell's discussion Invasion Rabaul: The Epic Story of Lark Force, the Forgotten Garrison, January - July 1942 (Rabaul Trilogy) in the group Books, Book Reviews, and What We're Reading
"Thanks for the recommend, David. DOUG"
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Doug Phillips liked David G. Mitchell's discussion Invasion Rabaul: The Epic Story of Lark Force, the Forgotten Garrison, January - July 1942 (Rabaul Trilogy)
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Doug Phillips replied to Lisa Hogan's discussion "American Nightingale" by Bob Watson in the group Books, Book Reviews, and What We're Reading
"Hi Lisa - I agree. Outstanding work on a largely overlooked aspect of World War II At the risk of sounding like a know-it-all (which I am not), the author is /Bob Welch. I only know because he lives and works here where I reside in Eugene, Oregon.…"
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WWII Author
Robert F. Dorr posted an event
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Robert F. Dorr at The public library in Vienna, Virginia

December 2, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
A presentation about World War II based on material in the book "MISSION TO BERLIN"See More
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Doug Phillips liked Lisa Hogan's discussion "American Nightingale" by Bob Watson
Thursday

WWII Author
Robert F. Dorr commented on Scott Lyons's blog post Movie Review: Sony Pictures "Fury" Starring Brad Pitt
"There are spoilers here. If you're going to make a tank movie, make a tank movie. The packaging of this movie focuses on tanks. The introduction to the movie includes a message to the audience about how American Sherman tank crews were…"
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WWII Author
Robert F. Dorr liked Scott Lyons's blog post Movie Review: Sony Pictures "Fury" Starring Brad Pitt
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WWII Descendant
Lisa Hogan added a discussion to the group Books, Book Reviews, and What We're Reading
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"American Nightingale" by Bob Watson

Just finished this book about the first nurse to be killed in action in the European Theatre.  She landed four days after D-Day and died a few months later.  Not only was her dedication to the soldiers something to be admired, it was how the…See More
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