Gordon H. “Nick” Mueller, PhD, the Museum’s President & CEO Emeritus, recently launched his new book “Everything We Have” D-Day 6.6.44 at a Museum event presented by the Institute for the Study of War and Democracy and the General Raymond E. Mason Jr. Distinguished Lecture Series on World War II. “Everything We Have” tells the American story of the Normandy landings through personal accounts, images, and artifacts from the collections of The National WWII Museum.
“While much has changed in the short history of this Museum, the personal stories of the WWII generation have always been at the center of our exhibits, our programs, and publications,” said Museum President & CEO Stephen J. Watson in his introductory remarks. “Nick has been the driving force in making sure that in everything we do, the oral histories and the first-person accounts are at the center of how we interpret this story. And I think it’s in true Mueller fashion that these personal stories are also the star of 'Everything We Have'.”
Robert M. Citino, PhD, Executive Director of the Museum’s Institute for the Study of War and Democracy and Samuel Zemurray Stone Senior Historian joined Dr. Mueller in conversation. Watch the presentation below. Shop the Museum Store for a signed copy of “Everything We Have.” Visit the book’s companion website for photos, artifacts, and excerpts from oral histories.