Preservation, Education, and Commemoration of Naval History
Something different for this week’s #NavyHistoryinPopularCulture. The smoking lamp is lit this week for an interesting look at WWII-era advertisements and their influence on patriotism and the armed forces.
You never know where you will find naval history - even in Winchester, VA. Put on some Patsy Cline and read about Winchester’s interesting connection to naval history on the NHF blog.
A lot of Growing Up to Do After 9/11: 13 Years Later
A Short and Personal Story/Tribute
(US Navy Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Peter D. Lawlor/Released)
Has anyone out there been “challenged” with this recent post about the top ten books that stayed with you throughout life? If you have, perhaps there are some naval history titles on there. I decided to make my own: 10 Naval History books that changed my life. My favorite era is Civil War, so it’s a bit slanted to that time period. Which ones would make your list?