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Outpost: Communications at the National Museum of The Pacific War

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During the Second World War, communications technologies were not what they are today; nevertheless, they were immensely important. Clear communications could mean the difference between life and death on the battlefield! Alternatively, keeping our messages secret and decrypting the coded messages of the Japanese helped American forces to victory.

Join us at the Nimitz-Platz on Main Street between 11:30-2:30. The Outposts are free and open to the public, there is no need for a ticket!

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