Our Youth

A Window to WWII

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When the eighth-grade class at Immaculate Conception School, Astoria, learned about World War II, they did not have to imagine the living quaters of the Marines who served over 50 years ago. They visited the Intrepid Museum in Manhattan and walked through the ship that survived kamikaze attacks and helped the Allies win the war.

 

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