Still available from the American Veterans Center & World War II Veterans Committee, the 2020 World War II 75th Anniversary Calendar features photos, details and stats on the great battles of the Second World War.
Our nation’s largest Memorial Day event, the National Memorial Day Parade will take place along Constitution Avenue in Washington, DC this Memorial Day afternoon – Monday, May 25, 2020 at 2 PM.
The American Veterans Center stands shoulder to shoulder with the American women who have proudly worn our nation’s uniform. We have been honored throughout the years to capture the stories of a great many women heroes of the United States military. Among them is Ms. Lena King, veteran of the ‘Six-Triple-Eight,’ the only battalion of all-African American women to deploy to Britain and France in WWII. Read More
Veterans Chronicles is an hour-long program that tells the stories of America’s greatest heroes in their own words.
Full episodes are available here, as well as on YouTube, iTunes, and Spreaker.
Carl Felton, US Navy veteran of World War II, talks candidly about the difficulty of coming home after World War II.
“I had a hard time ringing the doorbell,” he recalls.
World War II Chronicles is a radio documentary series produced by Radio America and the American Veterans Center.
From overviews of battles to intimate stories of veterans, World War II Chronicles covers the entirety of the US in the conflict, week by week, so don’t forget to subscribe!