Have you considered researching a relative who fought in the European Theatre of Operations?

We know how powerful family history is in shaping one’s identity. We also know how to uncover the details that create the most vivid picture possible of your loved one’s experience, and we can deliver them in the format that is most meaningful to you.

Send us an email with all the information you have, and together we will construct the route of your relatives who fought in WWII. The more information you send us, the more dots we can connect together.

 

Research Services

The scope of our research can be customized to your needs—from researching a defined time period (the days surrounding a loved one’s death), time spent in a specific location, or a complete time of service? Explore what our various packages can offer you:

Footsteps Research Package:

  • Day-by-day map with locations and information about the unit’s activity
  • A written narrative of the veteran’s unit
  • Digital images of Service Records, Company Morning Reportsawards, and, if relevant, Individual Deceased Personnel Files (IDPFs) for soldiers who died during their WWII service.

Footsteps Photo & Video Package

  • The complete Footsteps Research Package, plus
  • A video and photo report of the chosen area where we follow the footsteps of your veteran—This can be done for the whole war or for a specific campaign (Normandy, Northern France, Market Garden, Ardennes).

Footsteps Tours Silver Star Package

  • The complete Footsteps Research Package, plus
  • A battlefield tour specific to the your loved one’s footsteps, guided by Joey van Meesen

Footsteps Tours Gold Star Package

  • Everything from the Foosteps Tours Silver Star Package, plus
  • We arrange all the details of your trip: transportation, hotels, restaurants, and specialists.
  • Tour operator Myra Miller and guide Joey van Meesen will take care of your trip.

 

 

Contact me for more information about pricings and processes at contact@joedemadio.com

 

 

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6 thoughts to “Research a Veteran’s Footsteps!

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  • Melvin H. Dick

    I think I goofed, thought I was clicking on send.

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  • Kenny Love

    Joey,
    Very good idea there !!! Yes, it does make a big impact on understanding things when you research and look through records ,letters etc….How long did it take you to hear back from the States ? Hope your doing well …
    Ol Sgt.Love

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  • Peter

    Hello

    Info please :
    Priv. 1th Class Cecile K DAY ( 69 435 81 )
    204th AAA (Battery C)

    Regards
    Peter Vansteenkiste
    TEL +32 (0) 497 645 645

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  • Kay Donner

    Most of my Father’s memorabilia was lost in a fire. He name is Lucius O. Wells and was a solder in the 87th Infantry Under Patton at the Battle of the Bulge. He is 93 years old and still living. His mind is just as sharp as it was then. I wrote to the Army and had his awards replaced, but I do not have a picture of him in uniform.

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  • Kevin Kirkwood

    My grandfather was Roy Turner, one of the 24 killed in the explosion on 11th January 1945 while with the 312th combat engineers in Belgium. all of the pictures and information that I have regarding him were destroyed in a fire. If you have any information that you can send me I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for the diligence and research on this tragic event.

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