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Saturday, Apr. 11th 2015

THE NATIONAL DAY MEMORIAL

Supporting the War Effort: The WWII Homefront

In order for the soldiers, sailors, and airmen of World War II to fight valiantly, they needed a support base on the Homefront. This class examines the effect of World War II on the Homefront through the examination of artifacts, the stories from civilians on the Homefront, and propaganda posters created by the U.S. Government, Dr. Seuss and Walt Disney.

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The Build Up to D-Day: World War II from 1939 to 1944

The D-Day Invasion of Normandy, France on June 6, 1944 turned the tides of history as the beginning of the end of Nazi Germany. This class interactively analyzes why an invasion at Normandy was needed, the key aspects of planning the largest amphibious invasion, the invasion itself, and the aftermath of D-Day through oral histories from D-Day veterans, artifacts, and videos.

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Turning the Tide of WWII: The D-Day Invasion

The D-Day Invasion of Normandy, France on June 6, 1944 turned the tides of history as the beginning of the end of Nazi Germany. This class interactively analyzes why an invasion at Normandy was needed, the key aspects of planning the largest amphibious invasion, the invasion itself, and the aftermath of D-Day through oral histories from D-Day veterans, artifacts, and videos.

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V for Victory: The End of WWII

When World War II began, the Allies were prepared for a long war. However, the tide quickly turned in the Allies favor beginning in 1944 in Europe. This class examines the last year of World War II and the importance of an Allied victory in its aftermath with oral histories from World War II veterans, interaction with artifacts, and engaging activities and discussion.

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We Were There, Too: Minorities in WWII

Often times, we forget about the role of women, African Americans, and Native Americans in World War II in the wake of the grand battles fought by predominately white men. However, everyone worked towards the same goal—Victory! Through this class, students will learn about the role of minorities in World War II through oral history from minority WWII veterans, interaction with artifacts, and engaging activities and discussion.

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