Join us in the Root Family Auditorium for an afternoon with World War II history with collector, Ryan Lowry.
America's frontline differed from most of the world. The American people were worried about rationing more than daily air raids from Axis planes. Enemy submarines ruled the waves and America's industrial might culminated in a surge of production unlike anything seen before in world history. While millions of men went overseas to fight, women took their place in the factories becoming America's muscle and supplying the troops with much-needed material to ensure final victory. Discover what it was like on the American Home Front in this series.
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Free for members or with paid museum admission.