Tag Archives: World War II

York’s rock ‘n’ market house: When Central Market becomes a musical venue

Linked in/Neat stuff: A fitting tribute to James Getty/Difficult World War II days This is a fun type of adaptive reuse. Take a 125-year-old market house and turn it into a concert venue. Actually, Central Market was used from its … Continue reading

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Gettysburg’s compelling annual Sacred Trust series has become a must-visit at the battlefield

Jennifer Murray speaks on ‘ “From These Honored Dead” ‘: Gettysburg and World War II’ at the Sacred Trust’s Talks and Book Signings that concludes today. (Check out today’s schedule). The three-day annual event features big-league Civil War experts speaking … Continue reading

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About York County in World War II: ‘We provided tanks, guns, refrigeration units and soldiers’

World War II ended on what became known as V-J Day, as reported in The Gazette and Daily on Aug. 15, 1945, in the disparaging language typical of that day. On Aug. 14, the world will observe the anniversary of … Continue reading

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