World War II veterans bring 'History Alive' for students

March 2012
South County Journal;3/28/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 13, pB1
The article discusses the highlights of the third annual History Alive program at Lindberg Highschool in St. Louis, Missouri on March 15, 2012.


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