Lunchbox Lectures

Delivered by local and national scholars, these hour-long lectures are presented once a month on Wednesdays at noon.

The National WWII Museum has presented more than 200 Lunchbox Lectures free to the public since 2000. Delivered by local and national scholars, these hour-long lectures are presented once a month on Wednesdays at noon. The lectures are free, so bring your lunch and learn some WWII history.

Recent Lunchbox Lectures:

Kimberly Guise, "75th Anniversary of Bataan"

Lunchbox Lecture

12/04/2019 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Jake Yount discusses the blurring and misinterpretation of the code of Bushido, a code originally based on honor, and the internment of over 140,000 Allied soldiers under Imperial Japan.

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Lunchbox Lecture

12/18/2019 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

In this lecture, Susan McClamroch will contrast the public history presentations of America’s German rocketeers at NASA Visitor Centers located in the US “Space Crescent” with those at European sites.

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