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Debating History - The European Front Debacle
Why did the United States wage war against Germany so heavily when the Japanese were the ones who launched the action that drew the American People into the Second World War?
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Florence, 2145 Kingwood St, Florence, OR 97439, USA
About the event
Ever wonder why History went a specific way? We do too! Join our panel of Historians as they delve into some of the greatest, wierdest, smallest, or unsensible decisions of Military History as they debate why historical events occured as they did.
This debate's topic is on why the United States focused so much on Europe, despite Japan being the provacatuer on December 7th. Was it due to Franklin Roosevelt's relationship with Winston Churchill? Was it because the United States saw the war crimes committed by Germany? Was it because they wanted to secure a source of Olive Oil for the Nation? Find out more as our Historians debate the subject and delve into the mystery of history.
Join us for this new monthly series of events as we dive into the decisions of the past that defined the history of the American Military. This event is hld every 3rd Saturday of the month at 3:00p.m. Seating is limited so reserve a spot today; seats not reserved will be available for walk-in.
General Attendee's are granted entry to the Museum's "Freedom Theater" to listen to the debate.