After three years as a public venue, the World War History & Art Museum (WWHAM) closed to the public on April 17, 2014. We are now a service that designs, develops, and delivers World War I and World War II exhibit content to other museums. In particular, our Brushes With War collection of original art by the troops of WWI will be traveling to other museums both in the US and abroad during the centennials of WWI from 2014 through 2018. Our other exhibits are also available as traveling exhibits.
WHERE HISTORY & ART JOIN FORCES!
Our current exhibits:
RUMORS OF WAR - The outbreak of World War I in newspapers
BRUSHES WITH WAR - Paintings and drawings of World War I by the troops
THE CIRCUS GOES TO WAR - Show Business and the Armed Forces of World War I
GI JUNK - Trench art from two World Wars
HITLER'S STEPS - Bluster, bluffs, blitzkrieg, and blunders
TANK TRACKS - Armored warfare in World War II
IRON FIST - HO scale model of a 1944 German Panzer division
JILL OF ALL TRADES - The many roles of women in World War II
AIR STROKES - Paintings and drawings of air combat in World War II
THE WAR IN REVIEW - From D-Day to VJ-Day in Headlines of The Alliance Review