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  • The Womens Memorial Part 2
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    The Women's Memorial, Part 2

    Retired Lt. Col. Marilla Cushman led a tour of the Women’s Memorial in Arlington, Virginia, covering women who served in the Korean War through the War on Terror. This is the second of a…

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  • US Army Medical Department Museum Directors Favorite Items
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    U.S. Army Medical Department Museum Director's Favorite Items

    U.S. Army Medical Department Museum director George Wunderlich showed some of his favorite items in the collection, including models of a Civil War-era ambulance train, a doll made by a POW…

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  • US Army Medical Advances
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    U.S. Army Medical Advances

    We toured the U.S. Army Medical Department Museum at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio to see several advances made by Army medics in the past 200 years. Director George Wunderlich showed us…

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  • The Womens Memorial Part 1
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    The Women's Memorial, Part 1

    Retired Lieutenant Colonel Marilla Cushman led a tour of the Women’s Memorial in Arlington, Virginia, covering women who served in the Revolutionary War through World War II. This was the…

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  • Archaeology at George Washingtons Alexandria Property
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    Archaeology at George Washington's Alexandria Property

    In addition to his Mount Vernon estate along the Potomac river, George Washington owned a townhouse in the heart of nearby Alexandria, Virginia. The current owner, Rick Garcia, talked about his…

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  • US Army Medics at War
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    U.S. Army Medics at War

    U.S. Army Medical Department Museum director George Wunderlich shared stories of army medics in times of war. He talked about a nurse killed in Vietnam, a World War II dentist who…

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  • Cold War Museum
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    Cold War Museum

    Founder Gary Powers, Jr. gave a tour of the Cold War Museum in Warrenton, Virginia, built on a former U.S. Army communication base that was used by the National Security Agency, CIA, and…

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  • Baseball in America Origins and Early Days
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    Baseball in America, Origins and Early Days

    American History TV visited the “Baseball Americana” exhibit at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. to learn about baseball’s origins and early days. Our guide is exhibit curator…

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  • 1998 US Embassy Bombings in Africa
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    1998 U.S. Embassy Bombings in Africa

    On August 7, 1998, truck bombs exploded almost simultaneously outside the U.S. embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The attacks killed 224, including 12 Americans, and…

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  • Chief Justice John Marshalls Life and Legacy
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    Chief Justice John Marshall's Life and Legacy

    American History TV visited the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia to learn about the life and legacy of John Marshall, the fourth chief justice of the United States, who served…

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  • US Army Heritage and Education Center Collections
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    U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center Collections

    Conservation staff and curators showed artifacts in storage at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and described how their collections of thousands of…

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  • Romagne 19141918 Museum
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    Romagne 1914-1918 Museum

    The French vllage of Romagne-sous-Montfaucon is on the edge of the Meuse-Argonne Cemetery where more than 14,000 American World War I soldiers are buried. The founder and owner of a…

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  • 1968 in Images
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    1968 in Images

    We toured the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. to see the one-room exhibit examining the pivotal events and personalities of the year 1968. Our guide through the…

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  • 1876 Synagogue in Washington DC
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    1876 Synagogue in Washington, D.C.

    American History TV toured the interior of the oldest synagogue in Washington, D.C, which contains artifacts related to Jewish history. The 1876 building was moved 800 feet to be…

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  • National Museum of the American Indian Trail of Tears Exhibit
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    National Museum of the American Indian "Trail of Tears" Exhibit

    The “Trail of Tears” gallery at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. looks at the national debate over the 1830 Indian Removal Act and its impact on southern tribes. Associate…

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  • Americans and the Holocaust Exhibit Part 2
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    "Americans and the Holocaust" Exhibit, Part 2

    In the second of a two-part program, curator Daniel Greene gave a tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum exhibit which uses films, artifacts, and documents to explore how the U.S. public and…

    303 views
  • Americas Story in Portraits
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    America's Story in Portraits

    American History TV visited the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., which first opened its doors in 1968. To mark its 50th anniversary, director Kim Sajet showed 12…

    392 views
  • Newseum Tet Offensive Exhibit
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    Newseum Tet Offensive Exhibit

    We visited the Newseum in Washington, DC to tour an exhibit on the Vietnam War’s Tet Offensive and the Battle of Hue, where some of the most intense fighting of the campaign took place. We…

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  • US Army World War I Exhibit
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    U.S. Army World War I Exhibit

    We toured the “Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France” centennial exhibit at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center with curator Kaleb Dissinger. The exhibit tells the story of U.S. involvement in…

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  • Cars in America From World War II to the 1980s
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    Cars in America From World War II to the 1980s

    In the second of a two-part program, American History TV toured the “Driving America” exhibit at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. Transportation curator Matt Anderson showed a…

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