For displaced, misplaced, and nostalgic ex-Bronxites

Re: One Hundred Years Ago Today!


[ Responses ] [ Post Response ] [ Message Board ] [ Bronx Board Home ]


Posted by Amaranita on Friday, April 7th 2017:

In Reply to: One Hundred Years Ago Today! posted by Sammy on Thursday, April 6th 2017:

I remember sitting on the curb of the Grand Concourse, just north of Poe Park, and watching the soldiers from WWI, WWII and the Spanish American War march in the huge parade on Memorial Day. I remember how old the older veterans looked and how much like my dad the WWII vets looked. I also remember how the drums vibrated through my body, and the trumpets echoed through the building canyons. My dad never marched and never spoke of his service. When I was about 7 we had an army buddy of his who lived in South Dakota visit us in NY. He told us stories over dinner that I will never forget about my dad's and others' heroism.

Reference ID: BX81645


Responses:





Post a Response

Your Name:
Your E-Mail:
Password:     [ Forgot your Password?]
Alternative E-Mail:
Email Address?Show original     Show alternative     Show no email address
Subject:Re: One Hundred Years Ago Today!
Message:

Non-supporters are limited to 2 messages per 24-hour period. If you'd like to become a supporter and have unlimited access, click here.
Notify Me:
Optional: Enter the email address where you'd like to be
notified if someone posts a response.

By clicking on "Post This Message", you agree to abide by the Message Content Guidelines.

You must be registered to post your response.

     




[ Responses ] [ Post Response ] [ Message Board ] [ Bronx Board Home ]