War In The Pacific National Historical Park Press Kit

The War in the Pacific National Historical Park was established in 1978 to commemorate the bravery and sacrifice of those participating in the campaigns of the Pacific theater of World War II. Through a variety of programs and services, the War in the Pacific National Historical Park serves more than 480,000 visitors each year, and reaches countless more through the efforts of today’s media.

This Press Kit was compiled to support the media, educators, authors, filmmakers and more who care to spread the story of both the Pacific theater of World War II, and also the National Historical Park itself.

All images in this Press Kit are considered public domain and may be used without copyright acknowledgement. Additional information can be access by contacting the War in the Pacific National Historical Park at 671-333-4052 or email.

 
The history and mission of the National Park Service.

National Park Service

The history and mission of the National Park Service.

War in the Pacific NHP

War in the Pacific NHP

Learn about the Park’s mission, history, visitor numbers and more.

Park Units and Sites

Park Units and Sites

Visit the various units and sites that make up the entire park, including the T. Stell Newman Visitor Center.

World War II - Pacific Theater of War

World War II - Pacific Theater of War

Explore the roles of Guam and the rest of the Mariana Islands in WWII.

Historical Resources

Historical Resources

Discover a variety of war relics, artifacts and monuments.

Cultural Resources

Cultural Resources

Learn about Chamorro culture and what life was like for locals during the war.

Natural Resources

Natural Resources

War in the Pacific National Historical Park has one of the most diverse parks in terms of land, sea and plantlife.

Park Media Library

Park Media Library

Downloadable images, videos and audio files in broadcast quality.

Last updated: March 9, 2017

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

135 Murray Blvd.
Ste. 100

Hagatna, GU 96910

Phone:

(671) 477-7278 x1007

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