This historical and moving exhibit follows the chronological progress of WWII from the sneak attack at Pearl Harbor through the Battle of Midway and the invasions of Normandy and Iwo Jima and ends at the signing of the Instruments of Surrender on the Battleship Missouri in 1945.
The collection includes authentic uniforms, survival kits, military vehicles, medals, letters and other cherished artifacts. Private collections and the Military have provided the majority of the more than 600 items with others on loan from museums and libraries that are presented in 16 to 22 static displays in a 4,000 to 8,000 square foot area.
In addition to the museum-quality exhibit, the show’s producers, Richard Nader Entertainment, Inc., will suggest aligned events, ceremonies, promotions and press opportunities for you to realize the full value of this unique exhibit at this special time.
|The touring unit requires approximately 4 days to set-up and 4 days to load-out.
- 24-hour security
- Insurance coverage of $2,000,000
- Venue: enclosed, temperature controlled, ground level with entrance minimum 20’ x 14’, carpeted or artificial turf over concrete, well lit with ample electrical power to light the displays.
Pricing is calculated on square feet and duration of the exhibit.