Posts tagged "World War II"

Memories of World War II - when I was just a boy

Memories of World War II - when I was just a boy
We knew something was different. It never seemed the older boys in the neighborhood were around. I was all of nine years of age when the United States entered World War II. For the next four years the world went gone mad due to the War’s destruction and loss of life. Of course, we didn’t... Read more »

Pearl Harbor interrupted my radio show

Pearl Harbor interrupted my radio show
My last column referred to VJ day 1945, Victory over Japan ending World War II. But, we must go back to the day that it began. We left my Uncle Sidney telling his sister Rosie, my Mother about serving in the U.S.  Navy and his thoughts. There was a beginning to that war. It began... Read more »

The General and Me: working for a legend

The General and Me: working for a legend
Back in 1949, I was an office boy for Julius Klein Public Relations. When I was first hired, I didn’t realize that Julius Klein was a retired Brigadeer General, later promoted to Major General, a hero during World War II. How I got the job is one of my favorite memories. My kid brother Jack had... Read more »
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