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Remembering They Who Did Not Return



A few years ago, I had the privilege of participating in a book project (In Their Own Words) dedicated to our area World War II veterans. The stories were fascinating. No matter how much their suffered, they made it back. No matter how much their families had to do to help them, their families saw ...

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  1. I worked as a faculty member with you (different department) for many years. I served on committees with you. My main wish now is that I had the opportunity to take history classes under you. I know why so many students praise your teaching.
    Excellent contribution, Dr. van Tuyll.

  2. In a 1948 speech to the House of Commons, Churchill paraphrased Santayana when he said ‘Those who fail to learn from history are condemned to repeat it. ‘
    People today really need to learn this.

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