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Naming a ship after someone is a high honor. During World War II, Labor Day ship launchings often feted the local labor community, but trade unionism was further elevated during the war by naming … NationalBlog, labor Relations, Leadership, Shipyards, WWII
Before daybreak on June 6, 1944, 70 years ago today, the biggest amphibious invasion force in history converged in the English Channel a few miles off the coast of France. Since 1941, even before … National, NorthwestShipyards, WWII
“Whenever and wherever Americans gather, there you hear Americans singing, because America is a singing nation.” This is the stirring introduction to a recording of patriotic music from the Oct. … National, Northern California, NorthwestShipyards, WWII