Insignia sleeve identification for Holocaust concentration camp inmates from a visit to the Florida Holocaust Museum.
This post is submitted to Friday Fictioneers. The challenge is to write a complete story with a beginning, middle, and end in 100 words or less. My story follows the picture prompt below.
He’s come a long way since leaving this picturesque island of Nevis. The horrors of the enslavement of the natives will never entirely fade away. Even in his new country he will be surrounded by an enslaved population. But this time they will be his. This time he will be the master. Little did he realize what a history he would create in his new world. An acceptance into King’s College; a hero of the Revolutionary War; author of the Federalist Papers; involved in a famous dueling battle; and first Secretary of the Treasury.
Staring what I call my Civil Rights Tour which will include stops in Montgomery, Selma, Birmingham, and Tuscaloosa Alabama, Sumner Mississippi, Memphis and Nashville Tennessee.
But we stop first in Plains Georgia to visit the birthplace of our 39th President, Jimmy Carter.
We stayed at the Plains Historic Inn in the 1970 Presidential Suite
Submitted to RDP Tuesday: History.
I took this picture in Iverness Scotland.
The Battle of Culloden.