ARTHUR SZYK: AN ARTIST AT WAR AND JOHN VLOSSAK: WARTIME CARTOONS FROM CALCUTTA TWO EXHIBITS OPENING AT THE WISCONSIN VETERANS MUSEUM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 29, 2013 ARTHUR SZYK: AN ARTIST AT WAR AND JOHN VLOSSAK: WARTIME CARTOONS FROM CALCUTTA TWO EXHIBITS OPENING AT THE WISCONSIN VETERANS MUSEUM (MADISON) ― The Wisconsin Veterans Museum will feature two new exhibits, Arthur Szyk: An Artist at War and John Vlossak: Wartime Cartoons from

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Author of New York Times Best-Seller ‘Carnage and Culture’ to Speak at Wisconsin Veterans Museum Gala

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 4, 2013 Author of New York Times Best-Seller ‘Carnage and Culture’ to Speak at Wisconsin Veterans Museum Gala (MADISON) ― Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary John Scocos today announced that historian and New York Times Best-Selling author Victor Davis Hanson will be guest speaker at

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Spring 2013

Cover Stories: Like Angels in the Sky: A Combat Medic's Story | The Hunt for the Most Dangerous Man

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2013 Spring Programs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 10, 2013 2013 Spring Programs (MADISON) ― The Wisconsin Veterans Museum has a number of interesting programs planned this spring.  All programs are free and open to the public. They are hosted in the Wisconsin Veterans Museum’s 2nd Floor Education Center, unless otherwise noted. When:     Thursday,

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Winter 2012

Cover Story: The Story of a Marine Corps Scout Sniper from Wisconsin

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WDVA to Observe Veterans Day at Ceremonies Statewide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 7, 2012 WDVA to Observe Veterans Day at Ceremonies Statewide MADISON – The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) today announced that it will host four Veterans Day ceremonies throughout the state. The WDVA invites the public to attend. The theme for this year is “The

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History Comes Alive at Forest Hill Cemetery

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 13, 2012  History Comes Alive at Forest Hill Cemetery MADISON – Did you know that at the beginning of the Civil War, Wisconsin troops trained at Camp Randall with wooden sticks rather than rifles?  Were you aware that soldiers lined up for battle by height or

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Fall 2012

Five From the Front: Wisconsin WWI Stories

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WDVA Announces Centennial Celebration of Camp Randall Arch as Part of the Year of the Veteran

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 26, 2012  WDVA Announces Centennial Celebration of Camp Randall Arch as Part of the Year of the Veteran MADISON – Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) Secretary Scocos today invited the public to attend an event celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the dedication of the Camp

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Summer 2012

Cover Story: Brothers in Arms: The Story of the Thompson Brothers

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