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Wed October 9, 2013
Springfield Museum Remembers "The Forgotten War"
Along the plaza across from the Old State Capitol, in a former Osco store, you can find a tribute to the men and women who fought in Korea more than 60 years ago.
But the Korean War National Museum does more than simply honor veterans. It attempts to educate visitors about the causes of the conflict. Operating on donations, the museum shows videos and displays items that shows what life was like at that time for those too young to remember the war.
Thomas Kenny works at the museum and he joined WUIS' Sean Crawford to talk more about the facility and some events coming up:
Note: The event mentioned in the interview will be held October 26 at 2 p.m.