Central Pennsylvania WWII Roundtable

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The Central Pennsylvania WWII Roundtable’s WWII in Gettysburg Tour
The approximately 4-hour guided tour will be held on Saturday, May 19, 2018. Highlights of the tour include: the Gettysburg Hotel (established 1797); Christ Lutheran Church (where General and later President Dwight Eisenhower’s West Point class of 1915 posed for a photograph); Eisenhower’s homes in 1918; Gettysburg College; Eisenhower’s church and paintings; US Army Camp Colt (where Eisenhower was commander and trained Tank Corps personnel for deployment in WWI); the Peace Light Memorial; WWII POW camps (where German POWs were held); US Army WWII era Camp Sharpe (which specialized in psychological warfare operations and propaganda); a WWII War Department mapmaking facility (which operated at the Lee-Meade Inn); and the Gettysburg National Cemetery (final resting place for nearly 2,000 WWII veterans). The tour guide, Antigoni Ladd, is Executive Vice President and Curriculum Director of Tigrett Leadership Academy in Gettysburg, PA; she has over thirty years of experience in leadership education, including serving as a program designer and instructor. The price of the tour ($35 per person) will include round-trip bus transportation (from Hummelstown to Gettysburg and back), driver gratuity, and guide. Please see Chris Huffman at a Central Pennsylvania WWII Roundtable meeting to sign up or to get more information; you may also email Chris at: DrChrisHuffman@aol.com
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