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Daniel Leclerce

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Daniel Leclerc is vice president of the Belmont Historical Society, former history teacher and past member of the Belmont Board of Selectmen. He is a career educator who worked as a high school history teacher for 20 years and as a central office administrator for another 20 years, retiring as an assistant superintendent of schools in the Ashland, MA public school system.

2 Course with this particular bio: 

From Weimar to Hitler: Germany, 1918-1945 (offered at the Hingham Public Library)

The Human Face of the Great War, 1914-1918


Daniel Leclerc taught history for 20 years in the Chelmsford and Hingham Public Schools, and retired as Assistant Superintendent of the Ashland Public Schools. He has a Master’s degree in History from Northeastern University. On his trips to France, he always devotes time to research and visitation of specific battle sites on the Western Front. He has been teaching a six-part course of the same title in the OLLI program for several semesters.

1 Brown Bag with this particular bio:

The Human Face of the Great War