From 1939 to 1945 the world stopped as people from around the world went to war with one another. Minnesotans would go to war with the rest of America after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. To this day, World War II remains the most geographically widespread military conflict the world has ever seen. The fighting in the war spread across many parts of the globe, where most countries involved shared a united goal of ending the aggression of the Axis Powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan), and preserving democracy in the world.
Your students will learn how America’s entry in December of 1941 affected the outcome of the war as well as the role Minnesotans played in the conflict.
Call 507-381-0898 or go online at historicalexperiences.org to schedule your MINNESOTA’S GREATEST GENERATION IN WORLD WAR II experience today.