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Homeschoolers meet WWII Living History Corps

| Staff Reporters
Ryder and Tucker came prepared for their homeschool group’s encounter with the Crestview Living History Corps. The boys wore their own helmets, and Ryder had his knapsack on his back. You never know when Sarge might call a hike! It’s not often students can walk right up to a World War II soldier or nurse and ask about their uniforms, equipment or role in the war. But on Feb. 23, elementary to high school members of the NWF Share homeschool coalition got to do just that at the Crestview History Museum.
Crestview Living History Corps member Shobu Hasegawa, portraying a Cossack volunteer with the German army who fought against the Russians in World War II, explains weaponry and uniforms from the collection to homeschoolers during their visit.


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