Attractions & Services
WWII Reenacting Corps
The World War
II History Center is a
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization operated entirely by
Your support is needed and appreciated.
Open Saturdays, 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. except holidays or when the
"Open" sign is displayed.
Special visits may be arranged by appointment.
Exhibit - Dioramas from the extensive collection of Van McLemore
from Wichita, KS (see close up pictures on our Facebook page). Also on display is the flag
won by the WWII
History Center as Best Organization from our entry in the 2014 Park
Independence Day Parade.
below to make a one-time donation, or set up monthly recurring
donations. If everyone chipped in just a little bit a month, it
would go a long way to helping the Museum with our educational
programs, public events and achieving future goals. Please donate
The WWII History Center helped out
with the Mid-America All Indian Center's new exhibit, "Indians in
|A Night to
Remember & Outskirts of Isigny
is coming up soon! Our 2nd
Annual Fundraising Dinner is on Nov. 1 and our 8th Annual Open
House and Public Battle "Outskirts
of Isigny" is on Nov. 8.
The WWII History Center will have
displays at several upcoming WWII movie premiers at the 13th Ave Warren
Theatre through the end of the year!
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|U.S. Army Reenacting
505th Para. Inf. Reg.
82nd Airborne Division
|World War II Reenacting Corps
23 September 2014
button has been added to our home page. If everyone that visited
our site contributed just $1 a month from their paycheck to go to the
WWII History Center, it would make all the difference in the world to
us. Small donations like that would cover monthly operating
expenses for the museum and would allow us to expand and spend money
elsewhere. We are a non-profit educational museum that lives off
of donations. Please consider donating today!
26 August 2014
We have a
lot of events
coming up now through the end of the year. We're working on
several new exhibits, we'll be at two WWII Movie Premiers at Warren
Theatres and most important of all is the first two weeks in November -
our 2nd Annual Fundraising Dinner/Dance is on November 1 and our 8th
Annual Open House and Public Battle Reenactment is on November 8th.
28 February 2014
The 2014 Annual Meeting will
be held on 29
March 2014 at the WWII History Center from 1 pm to 3 pm. All
are welcome to attend and learn about what the museum accomplished in
2013 and what's in store for 2014.