The OFFICIAL SITE for:
Historic Camp Atterbury, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Freeman Army Air Field, Wakeman General Hospital, Billings General Hospital, Indiana Veterans' Graves, Italian POWs in Indiana, German POWs in Indiana, and Camp Atterbury Prisoner's of War. Reconstructed Rosters for Camp Atterbury WW2 & Korean Infantry Divisions
The Military History of South-Central Indiana,
including the Bases, Posts, Fields, Units and Personnel that trained
from World War II to Present Day
Michael Willever spent ten years of
his lifetime (2004-2014)researching, compiling, touring the battlefield,
mapping it and writing a fictional narrative on the Battle of
Perryville, Kentucky. He spent over a year researching the history of
the event before writing a single word. He incorporated every fact
uncovered and strived to not include anything that could not fit or be
connected to what we know of these events.
|149 GigaBytes of History As It Happened|
|The information presented in this site has contributed to the following :|
1. KING TV, Seattle WA.
"Purple Heart returned to family"
2. "Warriors of the 106th"
book with 41 references.
3. "Integrated Cultural Resources Management plan for Indiana Army National Guard Facilities"
2001 - 2006
4. Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center, August 08/11/2000.
5. Camp Atterbury Veterans Memorial Assn.
6. 30th Infantry Division
7. "WW2 Jet Parts Unearthed at Freeman"
8. "The Diggers"
9. "GI JEWS"
10. Atterbury Crier
11. The Republic
12. The Republic
13. Shelbyvile News
15. The Republic
16. 106th Infantry Division Assn. Discussion
17. Revere's Riders
18. German Military Attache
19. PBS affiliate at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. a documentary segment on the Tuskegee Airmen in Indiana.
20. United States
Military Grave Registrations
private, non-commercial web site
in Indiana, at
more than 150 Gigabytes of History.
Nothing has been changed, modified,
re-written or interpreted.
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Army and AmVets
Its inventory of photos and documents is believed to be one of the largest military collections in Indiana.
the Republic, Columbus, Indiana 07/17/2012
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We would not be here today if not for the continuous efforts of the AmVets.
- James D. West
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