Learn dynamic stories of the Pacific War as interpreted by the National Museum of the Pacific War (NMPW) from your seat in Kerrville. Through new Distant Learning technology the Museum’s Directors of Education will share with you historiography into three important exhibits of The George H. W. Bush Gallery, a state-of-the-art 33,000 square foot exhibition featuring 40 media installations, 900 artifacts in 97 climate-controlled cases, 15 macro-artifacts, and hundreds of photographs.
“Stories from the Pacific War” features three dynamic Museum exhibits. Each presented by livestream interactive interpretation as the Museum’s two Directors of Education guide the DLI class, onsite in Kerrville and onsite at The Museum through the George Bush Gallery in Fredericksburg. Sharing with you the historiography of vital exhibits on Pearl Harbor, The Battle of Tarawa and Texas in the Pacific War.
Your questions will be welcomed giving you the unique opportunity to gain insights from the interpretations of the Museums Directors of Education into The Pacific War.