World War I Soldier’s Journal, November 11-12, 1918

Today we read about Thomas Vander Veen’s military activities in France and thoughts on the end of The Great War from November 11-12, 1918 along with Natalie Fulk’s comments and a summary of his life after the war. Monday, Nov. 11: ● “We finally found our organization back again…in the woods in German barracks somewhere […]

World War I Soldier’s Journal-October 21-28, 1918

Today we read about Thomas Vander Veen’s military activities in France from October 21-28, 1918 along with Natalie Fulk’s comments. Monday, Oct. 21: ● “We sure are a hiking outfit lately. “Join the army and see the world” is a familiar expression in the army and it sure is true enough but we are doing […]

World War I Soldier’s Journal-October 15-20, 1918

Today we read about Thomas Vander Veen’s military activities in France from October 15-20, 1918 along with Natalie Fulk’s comments. Tuesday, Oct. 15: (talking about current conditions and feelings in Septsanges) ● “Although our place here is not much under shellfire lately it is a very disagreeable place to stay. A regular mud hole. I […]

Michigan Shipwrecks Topic of Program

The Michigan Shipwreck Research Association (MSRA) will present its annual Mysteries & Histories Beneath the Inland Seas on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT), in the Jack H. Miller Auditorium at Hope College, 221 Columbia Avenue, Holland, MI 49423. For more information visit the website at Mysteries & Histories Beneath the […]