Robert C. Daniels

Author / Adjunct History Professor

Author of: 

- 1220 Days: the story of U.S. Marine Edmond Babler and his experiences in Japanese Prisoner of War Camps during World War II

- World War II in Mid-America:  Experiences from rural Mid-American during the Second World War 

- Several published military history articles at www.militaryhistoryonline.com.

 

Order Autographed copies of books directly from the author

(Bookstore owners, please email rdaniels26@cox.net for special pricing.)

 

                        

Home

About 1220 Days

About World War II in Mid-America

Read Interviews

Order autographed copies

Read Some of My Published Articles:

Ed Gein:  the Cannibal Myth Exposed

World War II Veteran Interview

Hell Ship - From the Philippines to Japan

Interview of a WWII Veteran

The Failures at Spion Kop

The Quality of the Combatants in the Black Hawk War

The Muslim Horde's Easy Invasion of Iberia

MacArthur's Failures in the Philippines

Failures of Democracy Led to the Rise of Communism during the Spanish Civil War

Hitler, Germany's Worst General

________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Robert C. Daniels

I grew up in Waupun, Wisconsin, during the 60's and 70's At age 18, after graduating from Waupun Senior High School with the class of 1976, I joined the U. S. Navy.  Upon retirement from the service as a Chief Petty Officer, I attended Tidewater Community College (TCC) in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Old Dominion University (ODU) in Norfolk, Virginia, and the American Military University (AMU), an on-line university out of Manassas Park, Virginia, earning an AA in liberal arts, a BA in history/secondary education, and an MA in military studies, respectively.

After graduating from ODU and remembering as a youth listening to Edmond Babler talk about his ordeal as a Japanese held POW during WWII, I was inspired to write Ed's account using his own narrative, which he aptly entitled 1220 Days in Hell.  I entitled my book 1220 Days: The story of U.S. Marine Edmond Babler and his experiences in Japanese Prisoner of War Camps during World War II.  My next set of projects came about through my graduate studies.  Several of these have been published at www.militaryhistoryonline.com.  My second book and latest project to complete I entitled World War II in Mid-America:  Experiences from rural Mid-America during World War II.  It is now also in print.  I have also, at the request of many, posted the 33 oral interviews, transcribed in written word, that I conducted for my research for World War II in Mid-America.  They can be accessed by selecting "Read Interviews" to the left. Currently I am researching the Daniels family tree, co-authoring a book on the Boer War battle of Spion Kop with a colleague, and beginning work on a book about the Blackhawk War.

My wife Rebecca and I live with our cherished pets in Chesapeake, Virginia, where I've been employed for the past thirteen years by the U.S. Coast Guard as a training specialist and schoolhouse manager.  In what little spare time I have, I also teach History courses at Tidewater Community College in Virginia Beach, Virginia, ride my bicycle, and tour historical sites. 

Finally, I am very proud to add that my daughter, Brenda, is an active duty member of the Coast Guard and my son, Phillip, teaches fifth-grade in central Florida.  With the addition of Phillip's daughter, Marla, I am also a very proud grandfather.

Read more about my books, projects, and published articles by selecting the links to the left.  To order autographed copies of both of my books, either click here or see "Order autographed copies" to the left.  Bookstores wishing to order autographed books in bulk, please contact me directly at rdaniels26@cox.net

I cordially invite all readers to correspond with me at rdaniels26@cox.net.

AuthorHouse Self Publishing Book Company  

Last updated on 03 Feb 2013 .   

This page's Webmaster can be contacted at rdaniels26@cox.net.