D-Day Museum NPR's Steve Inskeep visits a new museum in New Orleans commemorating D-Day and the amphibious landings that won World War II in both theaters. The museum -- housed in a concrete building that used to be a brewery -- was founded by historian Stephen Ambrose. It comprises displays, dioramas, oral histories -- and artifacts of the war donated by the veterans and their families.
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D-Day Museum

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D-Day Museum

D-Day Museum

D-Day Museum

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Steve Inskeep visits a new museum in New Orleans commemorating D-Day and the amphibious landings that won World War II in both theaters. The museum — housed in a concrete building that used to be a brewery — was founded by historian Stephen Ambrose. It comprises displays, dioramas, oral histories — and artifacts of the war donated by the veterans and their families.