Central Pennsylvania WWII Roundtable

Upcoming Speakers
Join us in making history come alive!

November 1, 2018
Karl Mann: Mann, the son of a professor at Cologne University in Germany, left his native country with his family in 1936 to escape the Nazi regime under Hitler. Emigrating to the United States, Karl was drafted in 1943, returning to Germany as a soldier in the U.S. Army. As a machine gunner and mortar ammo carrier, Karl first served in Italy, eventually fighting through France and Germany. In April, 1945, he witnessed the liberation of the infamous Dachau concentration camp. For much of the final year of the war he served as a German interpreter for his battalion commander, Lt. Col. Felix Sparks. Mann will share his unique and amazing story with us at our November meeting. It should prove to be a memorable evening!

For additional details and pictures of our speakers, navigate to the “Speaker Press Releases” page on this website.

As always our meetings are open to all free of charge.
If you know of any possible WWII Speaker contacts, please contact Vice President Charlie Lloyd
Phone: 717-503-2862
Email: charlie.centralpaww2rt@gmail.com
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