Lecture: WWII POWs - Stories of Tenacity and Courage

Q&A and book signing will follow the lecture.

On Thursday, February 7 at 7PM join the Coronado Historical
Association in welcoming author Craig Smith to discuss his book, Counting
the Days: POWs, Internees and Stragglers from WWWII in the Pacific
. Smith
will discuss six prisoners of war—both Japanese and allied—including their
struggles to stay alive, the small daily triumphs that kept them going, and,
for some, their almost miraculous survival.
Admission is free! No RSVP required. Questions? Call (619)
435-7242 or email info@coronadohistory.org.


Coronado Museum of History & Art (Lecture Hall)

1100 Orange Avenue

Coronado, CA 92118

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Coronado Historical Association's Blog January 22, 2013 at 06:17 PM
Craig Smith has been involved in many major public works projects, including the renovation of the Pentagon before 9/11. He is also the author of How the Great Pyramid Was Built and Extreme Waves.


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