Military History Gets Full Day Attention
People with a keen interest in military history will want to plan a full day at the Tilston Armoury tomorrow.
The 12th annual Windsor Military Studies Conference is taking place all day with the first presentation at 9 AM through to the 2 PM wrapup.
Retired Colonel Morris Brause is one of the directors for the symposium.
He says the 11 AM presentation will look at the Eagle Boats made by Ford Motor Company in Detroit for World War 1.
At 9 AM Colonel Brause says an expert on a critical piece of winning World War 2 makes a presentation: "dealing with the breaking of the Lorenz code, Dan Younger will present the story behind the book Intrepid of breaking the Enigma code, this is another piece of history that's going to be exciting to hear"
He says The final event of the day at 1 PM is a presentation from John Conlon about Canada's Vimy history.
Colonel Brause explains the event is open to the public and for $25 you can attend the full day and have lunch.
Students presenting their ID can attend for free.
At 7 PM Friday there's a session about the US entry to World War One.