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Veterans Day Teaching Resources

What meanings does the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC, have? Historians Christopher Hamner and Michael O'Malley try to answer this question. [...] »

Delve into 20th-century history with Holocaust survivor and witness testimonies. [...] »

Letters from U.S. soldiers during the Philippine-American War reveal perspectives very different from the official language of liberation. [...] »

How do your students celebrate Veterans Day? [...] »

Historian Chandra Manning analyzes Civil War letters from black and white Union soldiers and a Confederate soldier. [...] »

Let your students go out on a limb, and they might just exceed your expectations. [...] »

Immerse your students in World War II battles, veterans, and services for Veteran's Day projects with these handy websites. [...] »

What do memorials say about history and how it's remembered? On Veterans Day, take a look at national and local veterans memorials. [...] »

Every town has a scattering of historical markers and statues. Discover what they really mean! [...] »

The topic is broad and multifaceted; online materials abound. [...] »

 
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