People of the Meuse-Argonne: Stefan Schweitzer

  Even today French locals , other Europeans and Americans find themselves drawn to the Meuse-Argonne region of France. Once drawn there, many return time and again; often working on a multi-year research or preservation project.  In this irregular interview series, the webmaster hopes to introduce readers to some of these individuals and their labors of love.   1) What are your name, nationality and occupation? Stefan Schweitzer, German, attorney at law   2) Which languages do you speak, and how fluently do you speak Continue reading →

People of the Meuse-Argonne: Robert J. Laplander

Even today French locals , other Europeans and Americans find themselves drawn to the Meuse-Argonne region of France.  Once drawn there, many return time and again; often working on a multi-year research or preservation project.  In this irregular interview series, the webmaster hopes to introduce readers to some of these individuals and their labors of love.   1)  What are your name, nationality and occupation?  Robert J. Laplander – American – writer, historian, musician (and tire salesman, but only because I’ve grown fond of eating). Continue reading →

People of the Meuse-Argonne: Stephen Skinner

Even today French locals , other Europeans and Americans find themselves drawn to the Meuse-Argonne region of France. Once drawn there, many return time and again; often working on a multi-year research or preservation project. In this irregular interview series, the webmaster hopes to introduce readers to some of these individuals and their labors of love.   1) What are your name, nationality and occupation? Stephen Skinner, USA. I’m a journalist by trade.   2) Which languages do you speak, and how fluently do you Continue reading →

People of the Meuse-Argonne: Wim Degrande

Even today French locals , other Europeans and Americans find themselves drawn to the Meuse-Argonne region of France. Once drawn there, many return time and again; often working on a multi-year research or preservation project. In this irregular interview series, the webmaster hopes to introduce readers to some of these individuals and their labors of love. Continue reading →