WWII veterans bring history to N.H. students

Sophomore students at Exeter High School in New Hampshire recently gathered in the school library to hear about World War II from veterans, who had come from homes for seniors to share their stories. The appearance resulted from the collaboration of Jenn Montplaisir, the activities director at Rockingham County Nursing Home, and history teacher Molly Stevenson. "I want students to understand that their story is part of history, and realize that history is more than a set of facts," Stevenson said.

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