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Attic Artifacts: World War II Kids
Attic Artifacts

Following World War II, many Americans kept souvenirs of lost loved ones or their time in the war. Many of these articles were stored in boxes or trunks and then tucked away in attics, basements, and garages for decades. In this program, students learn what qualifies as a primary source, and how important they are as sources of information. Students handle and evaluate images, documents and a variety of artifacts from World War II.

Our IKEducators can deliver this program to you virtually through IKE Online, or in-person to Kansas classrooms via IKE Express. Our programs are always FREE. Go to our Plan your Learning Experience page, when you are ready to book a program.

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“The essence of leadership is to get others to do something because they think you want it done and because they know it is worth while doing.”

Dwight Eisenhower

Remarks at the Republican Campaign Picnic, President’s Gettysburg Farm, September 12, 1956