Sat, Aug 05|
The Mantel - U.S. Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb
Discover a riveting journey back in time on August 5th, from 12pm to 2pm, as we delve into one of the most critical moments in history - the day President Truman made the momentous decision to drop the Atomic Bomb on August 6th, 1945.
Time & Location
Aug 05, 12:00 PM – Aug 06, 2:00 PM
Roscoe, 13825 Metric Rd, Roscoe, IL 61073, USA
About the event
Discover a riveting journey back in time on August 5th, from 12pm to 2pm, as we delve into one of the most critical moments in history - the day President Truman made the momentous decision to drop the Atomic Bomb on August 6th, 1945. Join us for an extraordinary event at our venue, where Chief Historian, Tony Farrell, will lead you through the events that shaped the world forever.
Get an exclusive, up-close look at the very mantel piece that President Truman used to sign the historic order. Stand in awe as you witness the very spot where history was shaped, forever altering the course of humanity. Hear gripping stories and gain unique insights into the crucial moments leading up to the fateful decision.
As part of this immersive experience, you'll have the opportunity to explore the War Room, where you'll find a captivating collection of items used by commanders and other service members from across the globe during times of war. From uniforms to artifacts, this exhibit offers a rare glimpse into the experiences of those who served on the front lines.
Reserve your tickets now for this extraordinary event that promises to enlighten, educate, and spark thought-provoking conversations about the profound impact of historical decisions. Tickets can be purchased on the day of the event at the front desk, but don't miss your chance to secure your spot in advance.
Join us for "The Mantel - U.S. Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb," an event that combines history, education, and reflection to ensure we never forget the lessons of the past. Call 815-389-7917 to reserve your tickets today. Be part of this unforgettable journey through time.