Wilson History & Research Center Visits Our Exhibit at the National World War II Museum
On June 6, 2012, the 68th Anniversary of D-Day, the staff members and friends of the Wilson History & Research Center were invited to visit the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. Recently an exhibit of exemplary WHRC WWII era helmets, and the Dick Winter Korean War helmet, was installed at the National WWII Museum at their "Snap Shots of D-Day" exhibit. The WHRC had the pleasure of visiting the exhibit and meeting with members of the WWII Museum staff, part of our long term goal of building strong alliances with other institutions who educate about war and honor our veterans.
The visit was particularly special because it brought together three generations of the Wilson family, Robert Wilson Sr., Robert Wilson Jr., and Robert Wilson the III (Pictured above).
WHRC Founder Robby Wilson Jr.