MEETING OF THE WORLD WAR II – KOREAN WAR ROUNDTABLE
across from City Hall and the Fire Station
APRIL MEETING SUMMARY: Dr. Jerome Muskat, editor of Edward Arn’s book “Arn’s War”, provided a scholarly insight in the challenge of organizing combat experiences on paper. Edward Arn was to have been our speaker but he died on March 25. Dr. Muskat found Mr. Arn to be a highly effective officer and one who exemplified the highest American ideals. Tim Arn, Edward’s son, spoke eloquently of his father’s impact on his children. The attendance was 130.
SPEAKERS FOR 2006: Dr. Thomas Adams is
our official “speakers” recruiter. Call Tom at
SPECIAL THANK YOU to Larry Heller and George Meidinger for preparing a very professional Roundtable meeting announcement to area veterans organizations.
VOLUNTEERS WANTED: Contact Jerri
The WWII-Korean War
Roundtable is now collecting interviews for the Library of Congress Veterans
History Project. We need volunteers to tape-record or videotape veterans. We
also need volunteers to be interviewed. Anyone who served in any branch of
“LIVING HISTORY FOR OUR
to witness the veterans who made history.
President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Secretary Treasurer
C. Dave Post Dr. Thomas Adams Larry Heller Dean Smith Daniel Demko
Chamberlain of Great
Britain flew to
the 27th the British fleet is sent to its war stations. Negotiations
have been going on behind the scenes and an appeal was sent to Mussolini to
mediate, convincing Hitler of Anglo-French weakness. Chamberlain and Daladier
World War II – Korean War Roundtable