World War II history

Hershel 'Woody' Williams Medal of Honor Speaks

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December 3, 2019 Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams was in conversation with Mark DePue the Oral History at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library . The conversation took place at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. Woody Williams is an amazing man, he is the sole remaining World War II Medal of Honor recipient from the Battle […]

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The National World War II Museum

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While most people visit New Orleans for Madris Gras or Bourbon Street, or even perhaps for the Creole history or food, my husband wanted to go to the National World War II Museum.  Keith is a true World War II history buff and when we headed south this past February, we decided to divert from […]

PT Boat Tour!

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Who doesn’t want to tour a PT boat?  When I learned that we could take a tour of a PT boat as part of the World War II museum in New Orleans, I was hooked.  Keith Darcy, the Public Relations Manager arranged a tour for Keith and I so I could cover this wonderful boat […]

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German Military Travel Papers of the Second World War is a great tool for anyone that collects or is interested in documents put out by the Nazi regime. I was given this book to review, and author Matt DiPalma shares information about how the regime used paper to regulate their war machine. Inside the flap […]

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A Momentous Occasion, Arkansas Remembers Pearl Harbor

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December 7, 2016 was a momentous occasion, it was the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, a day that changed the history of America and the world,  This act of aggression plunged the US into World War after 2,300 servicemen and civilians were killed in the attack by the Empire of Japan, At […]

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