I’m happy to share with you today an interview with me by Michael Delaware for his podcast “Tales of Southwest Michigan.” Many Victory ships built during World War II were named after cities, including the city of Battle Creek, Michigan. The Battle Creek Regional History Museum was recently given the bell and wheel of the SS Battle Creek Victory. This ship was one of many Victory ships used by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration for transporting livestock to Europe after the war to help devastated countries rebuild. Michael found a photo of the ship that I had posted on my seagoing cowboys blog and contacted me for more information. He invited me to be a guest on his podcast. Here’s the link. Enjoy!
Category: seagoing cowboys
Heifer International’s Unsung Heroes of the Greatest Generation-Part 4
This week’s post by Heifer International is the last of their Unsung Hero stories. Richard Reiste tells of some of the dangers the seagoing cowboys faced. Thanks, Heifer International, for sharing these stories!
Ken Frantz tells his seagoing cowboy story to the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Ken Frantz will be present with me tomorrow at the Canterbury School Book Fair in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette tells his story in today’s paper.
The Unsung Heroes of the Greatest Generation, Part 2
Heifer International has posted the second of it’s April posts on the Unsung Heroes. Check out Merle Crouse’s story here.