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People Make History

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Presidents, generals, and other prominent figures are not the only ones who make history. People make history--everyday people like you and your children. In this presentation, John Notgrass emphasizes the important role that each person has to play by sharing the story of his grandfather.

John's grandfather Wesley Notgrass (1915-2007) joined the United States Army in 1941 and served for four years, one month, and seven days in the United States and Europe during World War II. Based on his grandfather's recollections and wearing his grandfather's uniform, John steps into character to share Wesley's life story in a first-person narrative, from growing up in the 1920s and 30s through his experiences during the war. The presentation is illustrated with photographs from Wesley's collection.

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World War II ended 75 years ago. Through four long years of war, Americans sacrificed and served alongside our Allies to help bring freedom to people in other countries. Historic sites and museums across the United States preserve their memories and honor their efforts. Explore WWII history with your family at 450 sites in all 50 states with this free field trip guide.

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John Notgrass

John Notgrass is a homeschool graduate, business owner, and dad. He has multi-faceted perspective on helping kids get a great education.

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