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The Wartime Silhouette: Patriotic Fashions of the 1940’s
February 10th, 2017 09:00am-May 07th, 2017 17:00pm
From DIY fashion to Hollywood glamour, the Wartime Silhouette looks at how fashion thrived despite war shortages. This exhibition explores how Americans wore functional, yet stylish clothes as an expression of duty and sacrifice.
As a member of the War Production Board declared, “Style has done much to help the war effort.” Fashions of the 1940s, as a statement of American distinctiveness and freedom, embodied one of the reasons “why we fight”.
This exhibit is free and no museum ticket is required.
- The Wartime Silhouette: Patriotic Fashions of the 1940’s
- Five Stars, Five Decades: 50th Anniversary Exhibit
- WWII Field Kitchen Display
- March WWII Pacific Combat Program
- Nimitz Junior Corp - Cookies with Cooky
- Nimitz Dinner w/ Gov. Greg Abbott
- April WWII Pacific Combat Program
- Propaganda Art in WWII
- May WWII Pacific Combat Program
- July WWII Pacific Combat Program
- August WWII Pacific Combat Program
- Battle Buddies Classic Sporting Clay Shoot
- Before They’re Gone: Portraits & Stories of World War II Veterans
- September WWII Pacific Combat Program
- October WWII Pacific Combat Program
- Past Events
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Museum Welcomes WWII Field Kitchen Display
Over spring break the museum will host Cooky and his fully functioning WWII Field Kitchen as part of the displays at the Pacific Combat Zone.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Museum launches ‘Real-time’ Twitter Experience for Pearl Harbor
In 1941, on the most infamous day in the modern era, news of a shocking event that altered the course of human history took the span of several hours (even days) to spread through the civilized world. But,.. what if our present 24-hour news technology had existed then?