• In the media

    2023 VET-A-THON on VBC

    It was an honor and privilege to be asked to host an hour during the Veterans Breakfast Club “VET-A-THON” on Veterans Day 11 November 2023. The session took an unexpected and unscripted turn that created [Read more]
  • Cyril Devaux

    With TAG63 to Guantanamo

    With the United States formally entering WWII because of the attack on Pearl Harbour by Japan, and Germany declaring war in December 1941, Caribbean waters becomes a frontline. The unrestricted submarine warfare waged by Axis [Read more]
  • Articles

    Cpl. Barney Sterling and Pfc. Arthur Atwood

    Arthur Pendleton of Co H, 2nd Battalion 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division honoured The Log Book with his signature in 2017. While project founder Nick Devaux was accommodated for several effortless hours in their [Read more]
  • Articles

    St1c Conrad F. Castillo

    Like an iceberg the majority story of Conrad F. Castillo was mostly hidden out of sight. I met Jeff Mossinghoff in one of the numerous WWII orientated groups available on Facebook. His post with a [Read more]

Recent Signatures

Signees

Ray C. Cameron

When war broke out Ray Cameron was living on a farm in Lindsay, Ontario. As a 16 year old he was already working on the Great Lakes as a seaman. When Norway was pulled into [Read more]

Signees

George Markow

George Markow was born April 14, 1921 in Russia, just outside the city of Leningrad. He was born just four years after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, and George remembers the impacts it had on [Read more]

Signees

Donald C. White

Don White, from Toronto, ON was eager to join the war effort. He signed up first thing in the morning on his 18th birthday and was sent to training in Saskatchewan later that very night. [Read more]

Recent articles

Articles

St1c Conrad F. Castillo

Like an iceberg the majority story of Conrad F. Castillo was mostly hidden out of sight. I met Jeff Mossinghoff in one of the numerous WWII orientated groups available on Facebook. His post with a [Read more]

In the Spotlight

Haynes Cyril

HAYNES CYRIL – Windward Islands Battalion. Haynes Cyril signing The Log Book. A 2015 BBC article by Claire Brennan entitled “Soldiers of the Caribbean: Britain’s forgotten war heroes” states: “Some 10,000 left their families and [Read more]

Cyril Devaux

Cyril Devaux

With TAG63 to Guantanamo

With the United States formally entering WWII because of the attack on Pearl Harbour by Japan, and Germany declaring war in December 1941, Caribbean waters becomes a frontline. The unrestricted submarine warfare waged by Axis [Read more]

Cyril Devaux

Cuban convergence

As Nick embarked on his journey towards Japan, escorting The Log Book to its next appointment, it was via a detour to Jamaica. The itinerary took them from St Lucia to Montego Bay via Fort [Read more]

We remember

Obituaries

Veterans Breakfast Club

The Journey – 438 867 km