World War II Weekend at The Museum of American Armor will pay tribute to the U.S. Marines who stormed Pacific beaches Observing the 75th anniversary of the fierce battle for...more
The day after Holocaust Remembrance Day, youths from LI schools got to see many of the real dynamics of war....more
Alert: Just one more week to see the rare World War I M1917 tank at the Museum of American Armor before it returns home to the Collings Foundation in Stow, MA.. An amazing piece of history whose design remains the basis for every effective tank that followed. The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Attention: Planning desks The liberation of the Nazi death camps to be observed at the Museum of American Armor as hundreds of school children are immersed in the lessons of...more
A unique field trip for Long Island’s history students: A World War II battlefield Old Bethpage, N.Y. – In a move designed to confront the growing disconnect with the lessons...more
Flu bug similar to 1918 outbreak but with big differences Current virus has rekindled memories of a past pandemic but experts say it lacks the lethal traits that led to...more
From: The Museum of American Armor Contact: Rubenstein Associates Howard Cannon (212) 843- 8072 CELL (973)985-9845 email@example.com Community Calendar Editors During the Centennial of America’s entry into World War...more
House Magazine – Winter 2017 House Magazine – Winter 2017...more