Lunch and Learn:
A discussion of the immense battle plans, invasion strategy and major
players from June 6th to September 1944. What mistakes were made by
both the German Army and Allied Forces and why was it imperative that the
– Mark Squeglia, B.A.
Cost to cover provided brown bag lunch
Corry event to be held at Corry Higher Educational Council (221 N. Center
St, Corry, PA 16407)
A lifelong resident of Erie, PA, Mark has always maintained a personal interest in History. A graduate of Gannon College in 1979 with a BA in History, Mark has worked for Hammermill Paper Company, Erie Insurance, Presque Isle Insurance and currently General Electric in the field of Information Technology. Mark is a member of the Perry 200 Commission and has been a lecturer for the Jefferson Society since 2010.
While Mark’s interest is in all periods of History, his main focus & specialty is of Military History, specifically World War II History.