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    World War II Valor in the Pacific

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  • Andersonville National Historic Site

    Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Curriculum

    Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Curriculum

    The Victory From Within (VFW) Curriculum is a companion middle/high school curriculum for the traveling exhibit “Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience.” The Curriculum is designed to accompany the traveling exhibit, but it can also be utilized with a visit to the National Prisoner of War Museum at Andersonville National Historic Site or as a standalone curriculum.

  • Aleutian World War II National Historic Area

    Attu: The North American Battleground of World War II

    Attu: The North American Battleground of World War II

    In early June 1942, America had cause for jubilation and despair. The war news told of coordinated attacks by the Japanese on Midway and the Aleutian islands. At the Battle of Midway, American planes sunk four Japanese aircraft carriers and destroyed or hundreds of planes. But in the Aleutians, the Japanese bombing had been successful, and they occupied the islands of Attu, Agattu, and Kiska. Learn about America's recovery of these remote islands.

  • Aleutian World War II National Historic Area

    World War II in Alaska

    World War II in Alaska

    Few people know that the only World War II battle fought on U.S. soil took place in Alaska, or that Japanese forces occupied two Aleutian Islands for more than a year. Still fewer know of the Russian pilots who trained in Fairbanks, the workers who risked their lives building the Alaska Highway, or the Alaska Scouts who patrolled the Bering Sea coast. The lives of Alaskans were forever changed by the experience of war, and the history of that dramatic era is still being written.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

On the USS Arizona 1,177 crew members perished, making it the greatest loss of life on any U.S. warship in American history.