A Soldier’s Goodbye
The people come to gather at that very sombre place
The pain of loss casts shadows on each and every face
The sound of desperation; proud hearts are torn from chests… 103 more words
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It is doubtful the American Republic would have been born were it not for the courage and generosity of our greatest French friend, Marquis de Lafayette, who joined the Continental Army at the age of 19 with the rank of lieutenant general.
Sincere thanks to the Indian army who have shown their fearless courage when the country was under threat. Some of the soldiers were sacrifice their lives, but their deaths are not useless. 419 more words
DILLSBURG, Pa.– People gathered in York County on Saturday to honor local heroes who fought in World War II.
The Northern York County Historical Preservation Society, along with the National ‘Keep the Spirit of 45 Alive’ Organization, planned the event at Dill’s Tavern in Dillsburg. 143 more words