Learn more about the stories of Virginians who served in WWI and WWII at this exhibit

VIRGINIA BEACH — Check out a piece of history from the World War I and World War II Profiles of Honor Mobile Museum as makes its next stop at the Zeiders American Dream Theater on Oct. 30 from 12-7 p.m.

The museum, free and open to the public, features stories and artifacts from dozens of Virginians who served in those wars.

The tour is part of a statewide commemoration marking the 100th anniversary of World War I and the 75th anniversary of World War II.

Not only can people come into the unit and learn about the Virginians’ roles in both world conflicts, they can also bring personal artifacts related to the wars (photographs, letters, official documents) that can be scanned and made part of the Virginia Archives, according to a news release from the city.

The mobile museum is handicap accessible.

For more information contact The Z’s Community Liaison at sibel.galindez@thez.org.

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