Explore the jobs and records created by the Graves Registration Service for our honored war dead and those still Missing In Action.
This 1.5 hour webinar will focus on the history and jobs of the men who worked in the American Graves Registration Service. Then we will explore the Individual Deceased Personnel File and discuss why you need this vital record. Finally, take a journey with me in the footsteps of my cousin James Privoznik, through his military records and path through Europe to his death and burial. Learn how I told his story.
In this 1.5 hour-long webinar you will learn everything about the records created by the Graves Registration Service to document the death and burial of our war dead and those still Missing In Action.
Everything you learn also applies to WWI, Korea, and Vietnam war research.
A replay will be available.
The webinar handout includes resources to help you further your research.
There are also additional PDFs available within the webinar product related to Graves Registration and our war dead.
Your handout includes writing prompts to help you start writing the stories.
After registration, you will receive a welcome email with details about the webinar. Two days before the webinar, the course product opens. In there you will find the webinar handout. The video replay will be placed here after the webinar. A day before the webinar, you will receive an email with a Zoom link for the webinar. You have access to the replay for one year.
Watch a short video about Jennifer’s work and mission.
Jennifer Holik, a woman on a mission to help people Find the Answers to their family and military histories. At the same time, she strives to heal the past, present, and future for herself, her family, her clients, and the world. For over a decade Jennifer has studied every branch of the military and its records for WWII. She is the original authority on how to do the research and the first to create the educational materials to teach others the strategies. Her business has helped people find answers and closure through genealogical and military research, education, and writing.Register for the webinar