Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Tweeting WWII Memories

Twitter has become a popular way for people to share their thoughts in 140 characters or less and connect with others instantly. 90-year-old Kenneth Bailey has embraced this new form of technology as a way to share his experiences as a WWII Prisoner of War. Follow @POWKen on Twitter to read his fascinating diary. Thank you, Kenneth, for sharing your story with us. We thank you for your service.


  1. I don't Tweet butI'd like to read his diary..can I find it somewhere else?

  2. Hi,

    Great blog!

    Was wondering if you might be interested in reviewing a soon-to-be-published book about the second world war on one of your blogs? The book is called 'Soldaten: On Fighting Killing and Dying' and explores transcripts of conversations between German POWs. If you're interested get in touch on hetta.howes@simonandschuster.co.uk and I can send you a press release and a review copy.