21 February 2024
  • 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]
  • Articles

    Remember the Alamo!

    A pivotal event in the Texas Revolution was the Battle of the Alamo fought in 1836. Having driven out all Mexican troops in earlier months from Mexican Texas about a hundred Texians were garrisoned at [Read more]

Recent Signatures

Signees

Jack Reid

Jack Reid was born in Toronto, and joined the Royal Canadian Navy in 1943. Working as a depth charge operator on the HMCS Longueil (K672), Mr. Reid participated in numerous convoys of military and supply [Read more]

Signees

Ralph Goldman

Ralph Goldman was born in Iwaniska, Poland on July 25, 1921. He came to Canada as an infant, early in the 1920s, and he grew up in down-town Toronto against the backdrop of the Great [Read more]

Signees

Jean-Gabriel Castel

Jean-Gabriel Castel is a man who has lived an exciting and varied life, filled with unique stories and experiences. Born in Nice, France in 1928, he spent part of his youth as part of the [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

David Tejada

DAVID TEJADA – 12th Signal Company, Philippine Scouts. Survivor of the POW Bataan Death March and Camp O’Donnell. David Tejada signing The Log Book On 26 July 1941, the combined defense forces in the Philippines [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