Weblog of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum
“Then the army came along, this is 1951, I was drafted, well they were appalled that I would go and their investment would be on hold, who knows what would happen. I was appalled at them! I thought: you’re drafted, this is your country where you live, who you are, you go! And they couldn’t understand that at all. Of course I went in the army. I wouldn’t think otherwise.”
▪ Bill Cunningham interviewed for “Bill Cunningham – New York” (Zeitgeist Films, 2011).