FRIDAY 2/26: Falls Church Military History Forum

John Bullach will speak at the Falls Church Community Center at 10 a.m. February 26 on “One Battle, Three Blunders: Naval Operations at Leyte, October 1944.”

Revised schedule for the current lecture series

March 12      Ed Murphy — “The Irish in the American Civil War”

March 26      Jim Michaels — “Turnaround in Anbar”

April 9        Paul Sullivan — “Adventures of a Juvenile Aircraft Spotter”

April 23      Peter and Frank Garahan –- “The Liberation of Bitche” (tentative title)

May 7        Marilyn Moll — “General George Thomas: Virginia Yankee”

Prior Lectures in the 2009-10 series

September 25      Marilyn Moll  — “U. S. Grant: The Right Commander”

October 9         Barry Tindall — “Letters from My Uncle: A WWII Odyssey”

October 23       Bill Toti — “In Defense of Captain McVay of the U.S.S. Indianapolis”

November 6        Walter Mess — “Special Forces and Secret Missions”

November 20      Tom Gudiness — “Doolittle’s Tokyo Raid, Part 3”

December 4        Wolfgang Samuel –“The Berlin Airlift”

December 18      David Klaus — “Ploesti, 1943”

January 15       Ed Murphy – “The Spanish Civil War”

January 29       Nancy Jordan — “Letters From A Union Private”

February 20, 2010 


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