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Veteran's Day

Veteran’s Day

 November 11, 1918 marked the date on which the end of the “war to end all wars” occurred.   On the first anniversary of this Armistice Day, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed that all Americans should celebrate with pride and gratitude for those who had fought and died for freedom. Veteran’s Day was officially recognized as a national holiday in 1971.  Veterans continue to be on honored each year with parades and ceremonies that help us remember the sacrifices that they made and still make on our behalf.   So thank a vet!  And remember that freedom isn’t free.

Library Materials to look for:

United States Air Force by Derek Zobel (J358.4 ZOB)

United States Marine Corps by John Hamilton (J359.9 HAM)

United States Navy by John Hamilton (J359 HAM)

The United States Army by Michael Green (J355.009 GRE)

Special Forces by Brian Williams (J356.16 WIL)

The Navy Seals by Jennifer M. Besel (J359.984 BES)

Dogs on duty by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent (J355.424 PAT)

World War I by Josh Gregory (J940.3 GRE)

Why did the whole world go to war? By Martin W. Sandler (J940.53 SAN)

D-Day by Peter Benoit (J940.54 BEN)

The Korean War by Carter C. Smith  (J951.904 SMI)

The Vietnam War by Peter Benoit (J959.704 BEN)

The Persian Gulf and Iraqi Wars By Lawrence J. Zwier  (J956.7044 ZWI)





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