World War II
Things to See & Do in Alabama
Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site
Tuskegee Institute, a small black college in Alabama, was selected to host the "military experiment" to train African American pilots and support staff--thus the Tuskegee Airmen were born. The outstanding performance of the over 15,000 men and women who shared the "Tuskegee Experience" from 1942-1946, is immortalized at the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site.
Alabama Veteran's Museum & Archives
Located in Athens, the Alabama Veteran's Museum was established to preserve the memories of our veterans by creating a permanent resting place for artifacts and memorabilia. Artifacts from the Revolutionary War, Civil War, W.W.I , W.W.II, Korean, Viet Nam, Desert Storm and the present "Operation Enduring Freedom" are displayed. The library has close to 1000 books and 160 videos, with the majority available for loan.
Aliceville Museum
The Aliceville Museum in located in downtown Aliceville and features an abundance of mementos from Camp Aliceville, a POW camp for German prisoners of World War II. The museum has permanent exhibits on Camp Aliceville, 1942-1945, the Alice Coca-Cola Bottling Co., 1910-1978, Pickens County veterans of all wars, and Pickens County's agricultural history.
Southern Museum of Flight
Visit the Southern Museum of Flight in Birmingham to see some of the machines that helped the world take to the skies. Aircraft on display include one of Delta Air Line's first planes, a Huff Daland crop duster, a 1912 Curtiss Pusher replica, an A-12 Blackbird and F- 4 jet fighter. The museum also houses aviation memorabilia, including the gloves worn by Germany's Red Baron on his last flight, a landing light used by the Wright Brothers at their Montgomery flying school and artifacts from the "Flying Tigers" of World War II. Also features historic photos and the Alabama Aviation Hall of Fame. The Flight Simulator Hangar offers an opportunity for pilots of all ages to try their wings.
Fort Gaines Historic Site
Tour Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island, with its history of French, British, and Spanish control. Eventually the Fort played an important part in the Civil War during the Battle of Mobile Bay, one of the war's most notable naval conficts. The Fort was also used during World Wars I and II.
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