Thank you for the information about HistoryNet. As a deaf professor retiring after 41 years, I look forward to exploring the website as I am writing a book about deaf people and deafness during the American Civil War.
As for your video on Veterans Day, please consider captioning it some day for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, including many veterans.
I admire your project. I have often wondered about hearing loss of artillerymen–are there statistics regarding this?
Gentlemen: Thank you so very much for you supporting our veterans……all year long and this special video. I subscribe to VIETNAM magazine and have written and published four articles in the past with you. I have an article that I recently submitted but have not received any reply……not even an acknowledgement of receipt. I am currently drafting another article for submission but I need your instructions and acknowledgement. Dr. Jim Reckner and I have known each other for over 15 years and he know my background and experience in the Vietnam War. Or, you can ‘google’: “Joseph V. Potter” but please assist me in providing Vietnam history articles. Thank you. V/R Joseph V. Potter
Nice little video. Not to pick nits, but, citizens is spelled with two “i”s.
Nice video, but as you point out Veterans Day is on the eleventh day of the eleventh month. Yet I recieved this wonderful reminder on the 19th of November.
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