Full stories of WWII in album form and not just tidbits!
Zf706. Letter from General Douglas MacArthur to Mrs. Kay Kozlowski 5th March 1951. This image is from the NARA Library. This is the URL of the letter to from Gen. MacArthur in the President Truman Library. Letter from General Douglas MacArthur to Mrs. Kay Kozlowski (archives.gov) I subscribe to the National Archives Catalog firstname.lastname@example.org and […]Read More
Zf621. Josefina “Joey” Guerrero, from Outcast to Spy to Outcast: The War Hero with Hansen’s Disease. This is a National WWII Museum at New Orleans image. Diagnosed with Hansen’s disease and unable to access medication in Japanese-occupied Philippines, Josefina Guerrero decided to join the guerrilla movement and become a spy. Her disease allowed her to […]Read More
Zf620. Josefina “Joey” Guerrero: The Leper Spy of the Philippines. A book has been written about her and it is available on Amazon and perhaps at other venues. There is so much to learn about the people who experienced WWII. It is a passion of mine to learn more. I never heard about this spy, […]Read More
Zd021. 1940 West Point yearbook, John wrote this:
It’s OK to add, I don’t think these will be in the book, and everything else will be on our free website, so no problem. Plus, it’s in the 1940 West Point yearbook, so it’s a public document, it’s simply a detail that is easy to overlook. Chester Britt is not in those photos.
Zd020. President F.D. Roosevelt congratulating the cadets in 1940. John Duresky wrote this:
Good Morning Karl,
Finally moved into our new home in New Mexico. Saw your writeup about FDR and thought you would appreciate this about him. I love all of Ken Burns’ documentaries, very detailed and fascinating from start to finish. Last one I watched was THE ROOSEVELTS Learned something in that film. Because of his polio, you will always see FDR bracing himself with one hand on something if he is standing. Note the page from Chester Britt’s 1940 West Point HOWITZER yearbook and FDR where I blew up his photo. Exactly as described in that documentary, a small detail I would have missed without the documentary. He fought through his pain to honor those new lieutenants by standing for them. America was fortunate to have him as our wartime leader.