Impact of WWII: Cultural Objects of the Pacific Islands
Embark on a historic adventure as you explore the cultural significance of WWII on the Pacific Islands. Experience life through the lens of both the GIs and Pacific Islanders that inhabited the region during WWII. An era of cultural impact comes to life through beautiful photographs and authentic artifacts, as you discover the mutual affects experienced by natives and the brave men and women that served our country during this time peiod.
Showing though September 2 in the Fraze Gallery.
Created by Dayton Society of Natural History
2600 DeWeese Pkwy.
Dayton, OH 45414
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