Does your post have a written history book? 
A representative of Paris Post 1 signs a book during a ceremony marking the centennial of the American Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Arc de Triomphe in November 2021. (Photo by Chantal Mistral)

Does your post have a written history book? 

Definitions of history:
A: a chronological record of significant events (such as those affecting a nation or institution), often including an explanation of their causes.
B: the whole series of past events connected with someone or something.
C: a continuous, typically chronological, record of important or public events or of a particular trend or institution.

Get started today A written history of your post is vitally important. I can attest to the importance of a history book; with the help of many people and a lot of research over the Internet and record files, it took almost 10 years to put together the Department of France’s history book.

Get a group of people together and start going through post records and memorabilia. Write your history down to make it easier 20 or 30 years from now when some researcher is looking for information about your post.

When you start to research your post history, you will be amazed as to what your post has done over the years.

This link will give you great information on how to start a post history record.