On the centennial anniversary of America’s entry into the “War To End All Wars“, some wonder if subsequent conflicts have dimmed the sacrifice of the millions who died to “make the world safe for democracy”. Kenneth Clarke, President & CEO of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library in Chicago emphatically says, “No” and credits the efforts of groups like the Pritzker and the United States WWI Commission with keeping their memory alive.
Anthony C. Hayes is an actor, author, raconteur, rapscallion and bon vivant. A one-time newsboy for the Evening Sun and professional presence at the Washington Herald, Tony’s poetry, photography, humor, and prose have also been featured in Smile, Hon, You’re in Baltimore!, Destination Maryland, Magic Octopus Magazine, Los Angeles Post-Examiner, Voice of Baltimore, SmartCEO, Alvarez Fiction, and Tales of Blood and Roses. If you notice that his work has been purloined, please let him know. As the Good Book says, “Thou shalt not steal.”