Military History

WWI Museum to Reach Students

o serve housebound students the National WWI Museum], an interactive educational website exploring the legacy of the war and offering free downloadable resources. Content is split among nine topics, each featuring a video, a primary source document, a lesson plan and a podcast.

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Not Nimitz
[Re: “Museum of the Pacific War Upgrades Nimitz Gallery,” News, by Brendan Manley, July 2020:] The following statement is made about Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz: “… and presided over Japan’s formal surrender aboard the battleship USS Missouri in Tok