Tag Archives: Pearl Harbor

The World Changed

I recently read an article by a person whose “world changed” at a young age by the event of “9/11” in New York City. My reading of her well-written memoir initiated a memory search for that moment in my life … Continue reading

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San Francisco During The Great Depression, WWII, FDR, Brooklyn, Berkeley and the US Navy

I have been writing a memoir of the years 1937-1958, dated from my birth to when I mustered out of the U.S. Navy at age 21. Before recounting my actual memories, and the memories of what family members have told … Continue reading

Posted in Alexander K. Pavellas, Angelina Pagonis, Artemis (Pagonis) Pavellas, Beatrice (Pagonis) Thomas, Clara Lucille (Harpending) Pavellas, Conrad H. Pavellas, Diane H. Pavellas, George D. Papageorge-Palladius, George Pagonis, Harry Pagonis, Helen (Diakakis) Pagonis, Konstantin Pavellas, Mary Genevieve (Harpending) Papageorge-Palladius, Nestor Palladius, Ronald A. Pavellas | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments