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The Doylestown Lecture Series was founded in 2002 by Albert Pincus and Kevin Brown. Albert Pincus is a Navy Veteran of World War II and an Attorney in his home town of New Hope, Pennsylvania. Kevin Brown and his father George Brown manage Brown Wealth Strategies in their home town of Chalfont, Pennsylvania. They also are advisors and developer for the National Heritage Foundation of Falls Church, Virginia. They invite not only WWII Veterans to speak, but veterans from every war. If you would like to speak or know so one who is interested please contact Mr. Kevin Brown at 215-822-6601 or by e-mail at
Kbrown@wwiilectureinstitute.com.


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Albert R. Pincus, founder and coordinator of the Doylestown Lecture Series has recently published a book about his experiences in World War II. The book is entitle "From Brooklyn to Tokyo Bay: A Sailor's Story." The book was published by the Turner Publishing Company of Kentucky. For more information you can go to the book's website at
www.sparkylsm.com.