Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum
Visited 23 June 2017.
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"The Lone Sailor."
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Songs popular during the World War I era.
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Model of Illinois Central Railroad roundhouse.
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The Fighting Sullivan Brothers.
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The story of the Fighting Sullivans. (Readable in full-screen mode).
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Sailor praying.
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Grandpa Roy speaks with a gentleman about the history of the Sullivan Brothers.
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M-4 Sherman tank.
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Photo of Doolittle's Raiders (B-25 bombers) on the deck of the USS Hornet. The Raiders struck Tokyo, which was a real surprise to the Japanese, in retalliation for the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. The United States finally won the war against Japan in 1945 when President Truman decided to drop two atomic bombs on two cities on the mainland.
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Gulf War.
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Sullivan Brothers' family home.
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Print of the USS Arizona mural, Pearl Harbor.
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World War I truck.
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Trench warfare, World War I.
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John "Jack" Vaughn, a ferry pilot who died flying a P-39 from Montana to Alaska for delivery to the Soviet Union. (The next photo contains further information).
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P-51, one of the most famous fighters of World War II.
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P-51, one of the most famous fighters of World War II.