“December 7, 1941, a date that will live in infamy,” or so Franklin Delano Roosevelt believed. Since that awful day 81 years ago, America has had other days that shocked its citizens and reminded its government that there are plenty of haters in the world eager to disrupt our peace Continue reading “Column: Days of Infamy”
Part of the Easton in the Service series presented by the Historical Society of Easton.
When we are in school, studying the history of war is an exercise in memorizing places, dates, countries, and battles. It is largely about who wins and who loses. We tend to glorify the victors Continue reading “1917 – The Easton Doughboys of the First World War”