Their Glory Can Never Fade: The Legacy Of The Harlem Hellfighters

Their Glory Can Never Fade: The Legacy Of The Harlem Hellfighters


at the Vietnam Memorial Gallery inside the Robert Abrams Justice Building

Visit the New York State Office of General Services' new exhibition, Their Glory Can Never Fade: The Legacy of the Harlem Hellfighters, between February 1 , 2018 - February 1, 2019 at the Vietnam Memorial Gallery, located inside the Robert Abrams Justice Building. The 369th served longer than any American regiment of World War I and was nicknamed the "Hellfighters" by the German army due to their actions on the battlefield. 

Admission | FREE! 

The exhibition features historical objects and images, including a presentation of images that will be accompanied by the spoken words of Noble Sissle Jr., son of 369th veteran and musician Noble SissleBronx Music Heritage Center Folklorist, City Lore and Co-Artistic Director Elena Martinez; 369 Experience Program Executive Producer Stephany Neal; and 369th Veterans Association Inc. Albany NY. President Deryl McCray.

February 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019