Join the Museum for dynamic interactive webcasts on compelling WWII topics.
Electronic Field Trips are streamed directly into your classroom—no special technology required. Focusing on the national impact of World War II, take your students on a cross-country tour of historic sites while examining fascinating artifacts and exhibits at The National WWII Museum. Hosted by student reporters, Electronic Field Trips will help your students understand how the war affected young people just like them.
Check out the recordings of our past two Electronic Field Trips below, and learn more about our upcoming webcast in February 2018.
Fighting for the Right to Fight:
African American Experiences in World War II
Throughout World War II, African Americans pursued a double victory: one over the Axis abroad and the other over discrimination at home. Major cultural, social, and economic shifts amidst a global conflict played out in the lives of these Americans. Discover fascinating stories of struggle, setbacks, triumphs, and heroism of individuals who changed history in the Electronic Field Trip Fighting for the Right to Fight: African American Experiences in World War II.
In this interactive cross-country journey, your students in grades 6-12 will learn how the pursuit for both victory and equality shaped the story of World War II and transformed the United States for decades to come.