Commander's Call - Sidewalk Sale & Bazaar Hosted by the Museum of Military History 5210 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy. Kissimmee, FL 34746 Contact: Nicole (407) 507-2894 – Vendor Registration Time: 11:30 am – 5:00 pm
To educate, increase awareness, build knowledge and understanding of the American Military experience through interactive, interpretive exhibits designed for visitors of all ages.
The Museum of Military History will be holding a Sidewalk Sale & Bazaar Fundraiser on Saturday, January 20th, 2018. We will have food & drinks for sale and a variety of vendors, including military surplus items. If you would like to set up a booth, please contact the Museum at 407-507-3894 between 10am and 6pm, Wednesday through Saturday and ask for Nicole. Space is limited, so make your reservation soon! Booth fee is on a donation basis, if you have a good day, help out the Museum by making a generous, tax-deductible contribution! The Sidewalk Sale & Bazaar are free to attend, but regular admission is required to tour the Museum. See the "About" section under “General Information” on our page for a breakdown of admission fees. Must bring your own tent, tables, and chairs. Booths can be set-up at 10:30am.
We are happy to announce that Cynthia A. Sandor, author to the book "Through Innocent Eyes - The Chosen Girls of the Hitler Youth" will be attending our event. A limited amount of the first edition copies of her book will be available.
To reserve your vendor spot, please contact Nicole at: (407) 507-2894. Vendor displays on a donation basis. All vendors are requested to RSVP on event page.
Military Memorabilia Show Hosted by: Renningers Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center 20651 US-441, Mount Dora Florida 32757
Please join book authors Cynthia A. Sandor, "Through Innocent Eyes - The Chosen Girls of the Hitler Youth," and Elin T. Gottschalk, "Into Exile: A Life Story of War and Peace" at the Military Memorabila Show. There will also be many military collectibles from all countries and all time periods bought, sold, traded. For more information, contact:
Greg Spaulding 407-462-2163 or John Anderson 407-376-2614 Greg Spaulding email - email@example.com
“Through Innocent Eyes – The Chosen Girls of the Hitler Youth” tells of the true life-struggles of Gertrude Kerschner and her family set in Kleinzell, Austria prior to and after Austria is annexed into Germany. Gertrude’s life embarks on a remarkable journey of camaraderie under the Swastika. Gertrude’s mother, Josefa, becomes financially stable as all of her of five children are inducted into the Hitler Youth. As the war progresses, each embarks on their own path towards survival, freedom, loss, death, and ultimately reunite under the Western Allies. Based upon the author’s mother’s original journal and anchored in historical fact, “Through Innocent Eyes” celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and the strength of a child at war.
About the Author:
Cynthia A. Sandor is a historical novelist who weaves past events, people, and stories into a rich tapestry. When she isn't in front of her computer, she gives lectures at WWII Living History re-enactments and libraries. In her spare time, she gardens, and travels discovering amazing WWII stories. She is currently writing her father’s story of the time he was in WWII. Cynthia lives with her Chihuahua, “Little One,” in Florida.
Note: A limited supply of the 1st Print edition remain before new release of book: March 1, 2018. Be sure to get your copy today because this edition contains the watermarks, bookmarker and special commemorative stamp! Autographed by the author! These books will become collectables!
About Deanna Spingola:
Deanna has engaged in extensive family history research through which she acquired an understanding of public and private records and an appreciation for accurate documentation and history. An understanding of our past is essential to our comprehension of contemporary events. She is not afraid to address controversial issues. She is the author of two books and is finishing her third in her “The Ruling Elite” trilogy.
On the 5th of January, the "Glöckler" walk from one door to another in the Salzkammergut. This is proper pagan-action and spectacular to watch. They are young men dressed up in white trousers and dress with large crest-hat decorations that are lit up from the inside. The "Glöckler" have bells on their belts and joints and perform dances. This was traditionally done to wake the seed in the soil and nature′s spirits. I can′t think of a justification the Catholic Church might have found for continuing with it, but pagan or not, it looks great. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rg1WlIHBQdQ