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Veterans Day Learning Resources

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Historian Christopher Hamner introduces educators to the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC. He asks, what was its intended audience and purpose? [...] »

Discover what the symbols on these flags stand for. [...] »

What did U.S. sailors mean when they refer to seeing "the meatball"? What did Japanese pilots think about the attack? [...] »

Ever wondered about the wartime experiences of Latinos and Latinas? VOCES seeks to help remedy the gap in U.S. popular historical narrative. [...] »

CBS's The Early Show draws parallels between 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. [...] »

Chapman spent more than 20 years painting Civil War Charleston after his stint in the Confederate Army. [...] »

Did you know that the gear a paratrooper had to carry could weigh as much as 120 pounds? [...] »

What role have women played in war and the military? [...] »

Are you a Virginia educator teaching VA state history? My your task easy! Explore the Library of Virginia's 70 collections of digitized primary sources. [...] »

William A. Frazier discusses the impact of Mexican War veterans on the Civil War in Arkansas. [...] »

 
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