Members of an Indiana middle/high-school World War II Scholars Club have watched interviews with veterans, inspected artifacts from the war, seen reenactments and toured military machinery during field trips. Social studies teacher Jake Wilson says he started the club to keep soldiers' stories alive and honor their sacrifice.
WWII club keeps soldiers' stories alive
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