The scream of 200 Japanese aircraft shatters a quiet Sunday morning at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Amidst the bombs and the killing, US servicemen scramble desperately to fight back. The surprise attack aims to smash the US fleet so that Japan can conquer a vast Pacific empire. The plan backfires, however. Pearl Harbor unites a divided America, and the nation vows to defeat the Axis powers and liberate those suffering under their rule.
Through iconic photographs, Infamy: December 7, 1941 illustrates the attack on Pear Harbor and examines the moments that led the United States into World War II. It was a day of tragedy, sacrifice and heroism that united a nation; it was a day that lives in Infamy.
Available for Booking
- January – December 2021
- August – December 2021
- 6-week booking period
- Rental fee of $800 per week plus shipping
Lake Wales History Museum, Lake Wales, FL
March 28, 2020, to June 6, 2020
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
November 7, 2020 to January 3, 2021
Plymouth Area Historical Society, Plymouth, OH
May 24, 2021, to July 5, 2021
- 32 linear feet
- Secure exhibit space that is staffed during open hours
- Gallery lighting (exhibit is not self-lit)
- Certificate of Insurance
- Installation and packing guidelines
Press and Marketing Materials
The National WWII Museum has created the press and graphic packages linked below to ensure our Fighting for the Right to Fight traveling exhibit will reach the widest audience at your venue.
In accordance with the contract, any publicity materials—including e-publicity—must be sent to our Traveling Exhibits department for review and approval prior to printing and distribution.
- Traveling exhibit style guide (Includes exhibit color scheme and templates for advertisements, invitations, rack cards, and signage.)
- Consultation with marketing and communications staff
Applications and Forms
Are you interested in bringing this exhibit to your institution? Please review our currentschedule/availability, installation logistic page, and the forms below and contact us by phone or email if youneed more information. Once you have reviewed all the information, please submit all materials and we will review and inform you of any concerns regarding a potential exhibit presentation. If you are approved as a host venue, we will contact you and proceed with contracting.
Submit by mail to:
Amy Day, Traveling Exhibits Manager
The National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street, New Orleans, 70130
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Download, fill out, and scan or mail the Host Application and Facility Report below. The Facility Report provides a record of the latest information about an institution's physical specifications and staff practices, and will help us better serve your institution's needs.
Traveling exhibit application
Please fill out the following report when the exhibit closes at your institution. It will help us improve host institutions' experiences and learn visitation patterns, as well as information regarding associated educational programs and events.