National Museum of the Pacific War presents "Victory in the Pacific” World War II Reenactment Program
The newly imagined “Victory in the Pacific” Living History program will commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the end of World War II by taking viewers through the last year of the war. Each month’s program will have a different theme connected to critical events of 1945.
The March show is focused on commemorating the battle of Iwo Jima, featuring Marine forces and dialogue emphasizing the victory in the Pacific, specifically to Iwo Jima. These monthly programs will share unique insights and understandings of how it would have felt to live in America during World War II.