Boca Grande to celebrate poetry of World War II
April 7, 2017
By Marcy Shortuse
BY MARY COOK – Trains would come in carrying loads of ammunition, and there’d be armed guards on top of the train. They even built some barracks on the island. Patrol boats ran missions keeping track of the submarines we could see from the coast. Minesweepers worked the pass. These words spoken by late Darrell […]
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