Nov 11, 2017
In honor of Veterans Day, here is an encore of a special episode of The Maryland Crabs featuring William Keyes, a 95 year-old African-American veteran of World War II. Mr. Keyes has created a fascinating museum to his experiences in the war, along with other aspects of Americana throughout the past century and he was gracious enough to share that with us as well as tales from his service to our country.
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