Brad Buecker of Lawrence recently looked over a malachite box, a gift from the people of Belgium to President Harry Truman. It holds nine soil samples from battlefields around Bastogne, Belgium, where American soldiers died. It’s one of the artifacts in a new exhibit at the Truman Library in Independence, “Till We Meet Again: The Greatest Generation in War and Peace.” The exhibit, which runs through Jan. 3, 2016, commemorates the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Brad Buecker of Lawrence recently looked over a malachite box, a gift from the people of Belgium to President Harry Truman. It holds nine soil samples from battlefields around Bastogne, Belgium, where American soldiers died. It’s one of the artifacts in a new exhibit at the Truman Library in Independence, “Till We Meet Again: The Greatest Generation in War and Peace.” The exhibit, which runs through Jan. 3, 2016, commemorates the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Brad Buecker of Lawrence recently looked over a malachite box, a gift from the people of Belgium to President Harry Truman. It holds nine soil samples from battlefields around Bastogne, Belgium, where American soldiers died. It’s one of the artifacts in a new exhibit at the Truman Library in Independence, “Till We Meet Again: The Greatest Generation in War and Peace.” The exhibit, which runs through Jan. 3, 2016, commemorates the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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