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WWII MilwaukeeLong before Japanese bombs rained down on Pearl Harbor, Milwaukee was the “Machine Shop to the World.”

Thanks to the city’s large industrial base, factories quickly retooled and mobilized for wartime production. Locals sacrificed their lives for the cause. Through past interviews and archival materials, author Meg Jones reveals these and other patriotic stories and will be sharing the illustrious history of Milwaukee during World War II.

Come listen to Meg Jones talk about her research for her book World War II Milwaukee published last fall.

Wednesday, June 15th 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Community Room
Registration is encouraged but not required.
Copies of Meg Jones’ book will be available for purchase.

Click here for the program flyer.

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