Susanne is a historical reenactor.
Johannes holds a Masters Degree from Norwich University and is currently an Adjunct Instructor at Rogers State University. His articles have appeared in Air & Space Power Journal, North Dakota History, Ramsey County (St. Paul) History, and Minnesota History. His current project involves researching and compiling material pertaining to Minnesota with the goal of writing and publishing Discovering Minnesota's Lost Generation: Reflections and Remembrances of the Great War. LinkedIn.
Annette Atkins is a professor emerita at Saint John's University and the College of Saint Benedict in Minneapolis. A scholar, teacher, and public historian, she specializes in transforming serious research into compelling stories. Organization of American Historians.
Former curator of the Minnesota Military Museum at Camp Ripley.
Program Manager at Historic Fort Snelling.
Dan is the Command Historian for the Minnesota National Guard and a Masters student in Public History at Southern New Hampshire University. He serves the committee as webmaster and Facebook manager. LinkedIn.
Chris is Professor of History at Bethel University where he teaches courses on international, European, and military history, including the department's travel course in Europe on the history of World War I. Chris is the co-author of Bethel at War, 1914-2014, a digital history project for which he wrote essays on the two world wars. LinedIn.
George is a New Ulm Minnesota historian.
Larry is a historian and a member of the Iowa Centennial Committee.
Al is the editor of the Minnesota Legionnaire newspaper. His interest in World War I derives from the fact that the war led to the formation of The American Legion. He recently did a talk at the Minnesota History Center and the American Legion fall conference on that subject. LinkedIn.