Category Archives: WWII

Men at Arms

Dad kept the Luger up in the attic in a box he never opened, as far as I know, but other than that he would never have a gun in the house. He never hunted, never bought a gun, never … Continue reading

Posted in 99th Infantry Division, Battle of the Bulge, US Army, WWII | 7 Comments

My Part in the Greatest Election Upset in American History

When Dad and his buds took me to my first Albany Senators baseball game not long after he came back from the war I must have been about 5, and still couldn’t crack open a peanut by myself, so I … Continue reading

Posted in albany, Baseball, Democrats, Dewey, new york, peanuts, politics, Republican, Senators, States Rights, Thurmond, Truman, WWII | 5 Comments