Searching to interview 55th AIB vets for book

My name is Roger S. H. Schulman, and I am a screenwriter. I am writing a book about the over 1,000 letters that my mother and father exchanged during his stint in the Army during World War II. My dad, Cpl. Hyman I. Schulman, fought in the Battle of the Bulge and was a chaplain’s assistant. He died about two years ago. The book will be published by Regan Arts and distributed by Simon & Schuster.

I plan to attend your organization’s next reunion in Seattle. Meanwhile, I hope that the Veterans of the BOB might be able to put me in touch with any veterans who can, and would, still talk about their experiences. In particular, I am looking for anyone who served in the 55th Armored Infantry Battalion, or may have come into close contact with my father (or had a similar training experience) in Camp Adair, OR or Camp Cooke, CA.

I read a wonderful article by Homer Olson (deceased) about 55th AIB in a 2013 edition of your newsletter. Does anyone know how to get in touch with his son, Dennis Olson?

I’m happy to answer any questions about this project.

My credits are on www.imdb.com

Please contact me:
Respectfully,
Roger S. H. Schulman
ohrogerchester@gmail.com
(310) 993-3415 (PST)

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