Walking in Their Footsteps

A Special 2-part webinar workshop held April 1 and April 6, 2019.

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Workshop Description

Traveling to Europe to walk in your WWII service member's footsteps is a life changing experience. Did you know there is a correct way to prepare for this journey? In this workshop you will learn:

Part 1: Preparing for the Journey (April 1, 2019 at 7:00 pm CST)

  1. Learn the steps required to research prior to your trip. Explore how this saves your time & money.
  2. Explore research possibilities.
  3. Learn how to put context to your research.
  4. Learn tips and tricks to planning your travel.
  5. Explore how to document your journey.
  6. Explore next steps when you return home.

Part 2: Panelist Discussion (April 6, 2019, at 12:00 pm CST)

We will have several panelists discussing with Jennifer tips for planning travel, how to connect with European researchers, and make the most of your experience.

Panelists:

  • Terri O'Connell of Cruise Planners.
  • Phil Rosenkrantz. Researcher, Writer & Traveler.
  • Reinier Groeneveld, 46th Armored Medical Bn 4th Armored Division Researcher in Europe
  • A couple more to be named....

After you purchase this webinar, you will be given access to the product "Walking In Their Footsteps April 2019 Webinar" in your Library. The replays will be placed there when they are ready. There is no time limit to watch the replays.

Jennifer's Experience

Traveling in Europe has always been a life-changing and often, spiritual experience for me. I have met people I knew in past lives, I have walked the footsteps of several of my family members who died in WWI and WWII. I have walked the footsteps of client's family member's when they are unable. Each journey teaches me something new about history, the people I am researching, and myself.

I have spent the last four years traveling in Europe and the UK, walking in my family member's WWII footsteps and those my client's. Living part time in the Netherlands with my Dutch husband who is involved in WWII re-enacting and history, gives me a unique perspective on research and travel. I have a network of researchers and tour guides to help clients and others plan their trips to Europe.

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