Battlefield Lecture Series (cont)

Our Battlefield Lecture Series continues with public presentations as listed below. For  descriptions of all six French Battlefields lectures please see: http://www.frenchbattlefields.com/lectures.html

To schedule a program for your audience, please contact: sales@frenchbattlefields.com

- American Doughboys in World War I at Fremont Public Library (Mundelein) on July 15 at 7:00 pm

 - The Airborne on D-Day at Indian Trails Library on July 16 at 2 pm (rescheduled date due to prior cancellation)

-Battle of the Bulge: The Forgotten Heroes at Thornton Historical Society on August 24 at 7 pm

- The Men of Omaha Beach at St Charles Public Library on October 29 at 7 pm

- The Airborne on D-Day at McHenry Public Library on November 1 at 1 pm

- The Airborne on D-Day at Fremont Public Library (Mundelein) on November 4 at 7 pm

- The Battle of Waterloo at North Shore Senior Center on November 6 at 10 am

- The Men of Omaha Beach at McHenry Public Library on November 8 at 1 pm

- The Men of Omaha Beach at Ela Area Public Library (Lake Zurich) on November 9 at 1:30 pm

- The Men of Omaha Beach at Hanover Township on November 10 at 6 pm

- American Doughboys in World War I at Tinley Park Public Library on November 11 at 7:00 pm

- Battle of the Bulge: The Forgotten Heroes at Oak Brook Public Library on December 12 at 2 pm

- Battle of the Bulge: The Forgotten Heroes at Tinley Park Public Library on January 27 at 7 pm

Battlefield Lecture Series

Our Battlefield Lecture Series continues with public presentations as listed below. For  descriptions of all six French Battlefields lectures please see: http://www.frenchbattlefields.com/lectures.html

To schedule a program for your audience, please contact: sales@frenchbattlefields.com

- The Airborne on D-Day at Indian Trails Library on June 17 at 2 pm.

- The Battle of Waterloo at Schaumburg Township Public Library on June 17 at 7 pm (premier presentation)

- The Battle of Waterloo at Lansing Public Library on June 18 at 6:30 pm

- American Doughboys in World War I at Morton Grove Public Library on June 23 at 11:30 am

- American Doughboys in World War I at Fremont Public Library in Mundelein on July 15 at 7:00 pm

A Saluting 11-year-old boy on Omaha Beach

After completing one of my lectures, I often receive comments and information from the audience. I have been fortunate enough to personally meet one member of the 101st Airborne Division who jumped into Normandy on D-Day. Once a member of the 2nd Rangers Battalion who climbed the cliffs of Pointe du Hoc gave his approval of my telling of that story – and added his personal insight. Recently, I had an extended conversation with a member of the 30th Infantry Division regarding the places where they fought during WW II.

Last night at the Wood Dale Public Library, someone asked who will carry on the names and stories of the individual soldiers of the war when us older folks are gone. Another person in the audience knew the answer to that question. If you want to know, view this video: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=project+vigil+d-day+2014+the+saluting+boy+on+omaha+beach

Battlefield Lecture Series

Our Battlefield Lecture Series continues with public presentations as listed below.

For  descriptions of all six French Battlefields lectures please see: http://www.frenchbattlefields.com/lectures.html

To schedule a program for your audience, please contact: sales@frenchbattlefields.com

- Battle of the Bulge: The Forgotten Heroes at Crystal Lake Public Library  on May 14 at 7pm.

- The Men of Omaha Beach at Oak Brook Public Library on May 23 at 2 pm

- The Airborne on D-Day at North Shore Senior Center (Northfield location) on May 27 at 1 pm.

- The Airborne on D-Day at Tinley Park Public Library on June 1 at 7 pm.

- The Airborne on D-Day at Glenview Public Library on June 2 at 7 pm.

- The Men of Omaha Beach at North Shore Senior Center (Northfield location) on June 3 at 1 pm

- The Men of Omaha Beach at Wooddale Public Library on June 3 at 7 pm

- The Airborne on D-Day at Indian Trails Library on June 17 at 2 pm.

- The Battle of Waterloo at Schaumburg Township Public Library on June 17 at 7 pm (premier presentation)

- The Battle of Waterloo at Lansing Public Library on June 18 at 6:30 pm

- American Doughboys in World War I at Morton Grove Public Library on June 23 at 11:30 am

Fields of War: Battle of Normandy wins award

Our visitors’ guide to the battlefields of Normandy, France has received another recommendation for those interested in the Second World War. Reader Views, a independent book review agency has awarded Field of War: Battle of Normandy the 2014 First Place award in the Travel category. You can read the entire review at: http://readerviews.com/reviewmuellerfieldsofwarbattleofnormandy