Telling Stories As Well As Dates
More than just a way to keep track of the date, the annually-produced Aleutian World War II calendar shares the often colorful, poignant or harrowing stories of the Aleutians, both before, during and after the war.
Did You Know?
Anticipating a ground assault by the Japanese, the US military placed anti-personnel stakes in the ground on Amaknak Island during World War II. These stakes are made of iron, are very sharp and measure between 4 inches to 4 feet high.