From Boston to Berlin: A Journey through World War II in Images and Words (Hardback)

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From Boston to Berlin
Hardback
Purdue University Press
10/03/2001
104pp
English
10.25" x 8.75"
1557532265
9781557532268
Available

Book Description

When Roland Regan and Frederick Mauriello went off to fight the Germans in World War II, they packed cameras and notepaper. And they documented their experiences, Roland with photos, Frederick with letters to his family. Roland's photos, developed after the war, never went through Army censorship and show an honest firsthand view of the war from the eyes of an enlisted man. Frederick's letters show a young man's devotion to his family, his good-will, and his growing distrust of military authority. As a whole, this collection is a testimony to the courage, faith, and loyalty of all the men who served during World War II. These priceless documents, presented by their sons in this book, offer readers an intimate glimpse at a unique aspect of the American experience.

About the Editor(s):

Roland J. Regan, Jr., holds a bachelor degree with honors from Boston College in economics and management, a master's degree from Harvard University in administration and policy, and both an MBA and JD from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in corporate law. He is also a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Air Force Officers' Training School and served as an officer with NATO AWACS program attaining the rank of captain. Regan is currently president and CEO with the National Childhood Obesity Foundation, Inc. (NCOF) in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Earlier he was senior partner with ProMonde, Inc./NAGW, an experiential event development and management consulting firm, where he represented and counseled several European sports venues, and NFL and NHL players.  Earlier still, Regan was a senior associate with Harbridge House, Inc., an international management consulting and training firm in Boston. Even earlier still, he served as contracts and licensing consultant for Hercules Aerospace/Simmonds. In addition, Regan is currently an adjunct professor at Harvard University with prior adjunct teaching assignments at Bentley University, Boston University, Salem State University, Suffolk University, and University of Vermont teaching business law, intellectually property protection and branding, strategic planning, business of sport, international sport management, sports marketing, entrepreneurship in sport, and brand marketing management. 

Christopher E. Mauriello holds a Ph.D. in history from Brown University and is currently an assistant professor of history at Salem State College in Salem, Massachusetts. He specializes in modern European social and cultural history, including World War I, World War II, the Holocaust, and topics in contemporary European history. In addition, he researches and teaches courses on the relationship of information technology to social and cultural change. He also consults in the fields of instructional technologies and technology integration into curriculum. He has published in the fields of European history and information technology and presented numerous papers at professional conferences.