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WWII Exhibit Opens and Author Reception Friday

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Saturday, May 14, 2011

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Come meet the Author, Dr. Lawrence Breeze. Breeze will be signing his book 'From Farm to Front An Innocent Goes to War 1942-1946" a reception this Friday May 20, 5 p.m.- 7 p.m. and Saturday noon- 1p.m. he will be in the museum gift shop signing books. Breeze writes a compelling account of his experience in the 78th Division. From farm to the cold brutality of the Battle of the Bulge many young men are transformed into tough infantrymen who won WWII. A new exhibit will open in honor of the veterans of WWII. Dr. Breeze will highlight some of the exhibit items that are from the Battle of the Buldge. $20/ $15 pluse $5 SH to order 334-0405 credit cards accepted.


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I would be interested in knowing where this book signing will be held.

-- Posted by Robert* on Sun, May 15, 2011, at 8:32 PM


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