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NET News: On the Frontline: Nebraskans at War in Iraq - Mock Raid Troop A, 1-167th Cavalry soldiers traveled to the U.S Army’s National Training Center in California...
Saving Your Treasures: Preserving A Beaver Castoreum In attics and garages, underneath beds, piled in corners or just closeted away, our heritage is...
The War--Nebraska Stories: End of WWII Nebraskans wholeheartedly celebrated the end of World War II. They looked forward to the return of...
The War--Nebraska Stories: After the Atomic Bomb The United States accepted the Japanese surrender on August 15, 1945. Several Nebraskans describe...
The War--Nebraska Stories: Atomic Bomb Experience Wayne Winslow was a radio operator, conveying messages to and from the Enola Gay (the plane that...
The War--Nebraska Stories: Nuremberg Nebraskans Roy Long and Carlyle Wilson witnessed some of the Nuremberg trials. This segment is one...
The War--Nebraska Stories: Freedom When Nebraskan soldier Roger Peters had a small accident with a motor scooter in Germany after the...
The War--Nebraska Stories: Gunskirchen-Lager Concentration Camp The Allies declared Victory in Europe (V-E Day) on May 8, 1945. 1st Lt. Roy Long was one of the...
The War--Nebraska Stories: Nebraskan War Hero In World War II, Ben Kuroki, a Japanese American from Hershey, Nebraska, flew on a total of 58...
The War--Nebraska Stories: Latino Pride In Mexican American traditional culture, patriotism is very important. Many Nebraskans with Mexican...

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