The Log Book wish to promote the following websites as they have all in one way or another contributed to this project.
The mission of the Veterans Breakfast Club is to create communities of listening around veterans and their stories to ensure that this living history will never be forgotten. We believe that through our work, people will be connected, educated, healed, and inspired
The Museum exists to record the rich and diverse military and social history of RAF Wethersfield. The museum is an educational repository of audio, visual and physical resources which celebrate Anglo-American relations and collectively tells the story of this unique place in Essex.
Bataan Legacy Historical Society was created as a response to the lack of information on the Filipino defenders of Bataan. It began during public readings of a historical novel, In Her Mother’s Image, written by the founder of the organization Cecilia I. Gaerlan. The novel was inspired by the many WWII stories that Cecilia heard while growing up as a child in the Philippines. Her father, Luis Gaerlan, Jr., was with the 41st Infantry Regiment of the U.S. Army Forces of the Far East and survived the Bataan Death March as well as his incarceration at Camp O’Donnell.
The incredible collection of historic autographs maintained by the young Henry Schoepke. The drive and willingness to learn about the history behind the autograph to carry forward to future generations is an inspiration to us all.
A charity whose aim is to install a befitting monument in the National Memorial Arboretum, in recognition of sacrifices and contributions made over centuries by men and women of the Caribbean who served in the British Armed Forces and the Merchant Navy.
TravelMap is a blogging platform that lets travelers create their blog centered on a one-page interactive map.
The Log Book Project utilizes this platform to present The Journey of the log book on an interactive map.
Please use the referral code THELOGBOOK-849121 to obtain a free 1-month upgrade to Premium.
The Dresden Trust was founded in 1993 in response to a call from Dresden for help rebuild the Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), one of Europe’s most magnificent churches. It had collapsed as a result of the British and American bombing of February 1945, in which up to 25,000 people died.
The Trust today seeks to fulfill its mission of reconciliation through educational and cultural initiatives, memorials and visits. Under the Trust’s Dresden Scholars’ Scheme, boys and girls from Dresden/Saxony receive scholarships to attend independent schools in Britain: about 300 have done so since 2000.