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Previous Lectures can be viewed at our YouTube Page. 

November 3, 2pm. The Great Navy Birds of Lake Michigan: A presentation and book signing by Taras C. Lyssenko

The True Story of the Privateers of Lake Michigan and the Aircraft They Rescued

Over the past thirty-five years, a small team of explorers have surveyed the southern basin of Lake Michigan in search of World War II US Navy aircraft. The aircraft were lost during mishaps that occurred during an almost forgotten naval project, which had trained thousands of aircraft carrier pilots between the years of 1942 through 1945.

Because the explorers became so proficient at locating and recovering the aircraft, the Director of the National Naval Aviation Museum engaged them in an effort to rescue dozens of aircraft for presentation to the American public. Today, these wonderful machines are viewed by and touch the lives of millions of people each year.

December 8, 2pm. Tank Destroyers in WWII by Fred Schwarz

Col. Fred Schwarz returns to discuss the merits and deficiencies of the US Tank Destroyer Doctrine in WWII. The Tank Destroyers have strong Michigan connections with the M10, M18, and M36 all being built in the state by Buick, Ford and GM.

January 19, 2pm. Harriet Quimby. Presentation by Robert Myer

Harriet Quimby was America's first female flyer. In the 1900's, Michigan native Harriet Quimby gained fame as America's first woman pilot. This multi-talented woman was also a drama critic, screenwriter, actress and even a spokesperson for a popular soft drink. 

February 23, 2pm. VE Day Detroit A presentation by Karen A.J. Miller

As the world prepares to mark the 75th Anniversary of the end of WWII, join Prof. Karen Miller for a look at how Detroit celebrated the end of the war in Europe in May of 1945.

Karen A.J. Miller is an associate professor at Oakland University. Her research focuses on questions of American public policy in the 20th Century. She is currently writing a book on Detroit during World War II.

March 29, 2pm. Under the Radar, Michigan.

Come meet Tom Daldin and Jim Edelman of the PBS TV Show "Under the Radar Michigan" They will signing books and taking pictures with fans. Books will be available for purchase. 

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