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Veterans Day Learning Resources

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Segregation and equality in America was a case of double standards. [...] »

Explore the real stories, real heroes, real places, and real action underlying the feature film Pearl Harbor. [...] »

Many believed the Civil War would be a short, bloodless battle. The reality of the drawn out combat led many soldiers in the North and South to desert the military to return home to farm and family. [...] »

This podcast looks at a World War I veteran's uniform worn by a veterinarian. [...] »

Backstory explores veterans’ experiences through three centuries of American life. [...] »

Using Ken Burns' documentary The War in your class? Check out the accompanying website and lesson plans. [...] »

This American Experience documentary recounts the story of the Anglo-American bombing campaign against Germany [...] »

Fratricide and allied questions. In the heat of battle, mistakes happen. [...] »

A companion site to a PBS series, this website contains a wealth of resources relating to Vietnam. [...] »

How did World War I effect the lives of the everyday North Carolinian? [...] »