Lone Star Stalag: German Prisoners of War at Camp Hearne
by Michael Waters
“Michael Water’s study is a significant contribution to our understanding of POW history and shows how far this field has meanwhile progressed. . . Lone Star Stalag is an excellent, very informative and beautifully crafted book, richly endowed with photos, graphics, maps, and tables. . . should be a model for the studies of other camps in the United States.” –The Journal of Military History
Robertson County’s Greatest Generation
by Melissa Freeman and Edwin Cooper
Over the last few years, Melissa Freeman and Edwin Cooper have written stories about our Robertson County veterans for our local newspapers. The Robertson County Group of Newspapers has graciously allowed us to compile these stories so they may be collectively preserved and enjoyed. These are the stories of extraordinary men and women who served willingly during no ordinary time in our history. Theirs are stories of lives well lived and sacrifices dutifully made to preserve our country and the liberties it provides. We are fortunate they came home and served their community as well.
Paperback: $15.00 Donation
This t-shirt is a cotton/poly blend, olive drab color, imprint with the military brand ARMY. Primarily in children sizes of S, M & L.
Camp Hearne Diner Mug
This 10oz. ceramic coffee mug is designed to bring back the 1940s Diner experience.
Military type adjustable “Boonie Hat”
Cotton/poly, adjustable elastic cord w/cord lock, 4 screened side vents, adjustable chin strap, map pocket, one size fits most, OD (olive drab) color.