Donald Eisenhauer American Legion Post 60 honors the fallen...and the Four Chaplains

Honoring the Four Chaplains from the U. S. Army Transport Dorchester


February 7, 2019

Courtesy of Patrick Self

Pictures of Honor Guard

The Four Chaplains – sometimes called the Immortal Chaplains – were men from four different religions who sacrificed their lives for men of all faiths. In the 70 years since the incident, Methodist minister George L. Fox, Reformed Church in America minister Clark V. Poling, Roman Catholic priest John P. Washington and Rabbi Alexander B. Goode have been immortalized with commemorative postage stamps, a Congressionally recognized anniversary and numerous re-tellings of their heroics.

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