The Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas presents

“Through Their Eyes”

Thursday, March 16

3:00 and 4:30 pm

Flat Rock Bistro Cinema,

2700-D Greenville Hwy., Flat Rock

Cost: $5

Tell the stories of America’s conflicts

“Through Their Eyes” is a series of six brief films produced for museum galleries which tell the stories of America’s conflicts since WWI through the eyes of those who fought and sometimes died there. October’s premiere in Brevard brought standing-room-only crowds on three occasions. One WWII veteran who attended remarked, “Every American should see this movie.”

The film gives a brief history of America and Americans at war from WWI through the Global War on Terror, using images, music, video clips, professional narrative, and photos of local veterans.

Museum artifacts support the stories, describing the personal sacrifices of our veterans and paying tribute to combatants and their families. You’ll learn the significance of museum artifacts such as the infamous SIW armbands in WWI, target flags flown from ships in the Pacific during WWII, a sniper scope used at the Chosin Reservoir in Korea, bows and arrows used by indigenous tribesmen in Vietnam, and the unmanned technological capabilities in the Global War on Terror. And much more.

Vietnam Gallery

WWI Gallery

Inspires viewers to recognize the sacrifices and service of our veterans

“This film inspires viewers to dig deeper into our history and recognize the sacrifices and service of our country’s veterans,” said David Morrow, President of the museum’s Board of Directors.

“Through Their Eyes” is a professionally-produced documentary. The Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas is grateful to the following organizations for making it possible: North Carolina Humanities, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, Lake Toxaway Charities, Pisgah Forest Rotary, and Transylvania County.

The Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas is located at 21 East Main Street, Brevard, NC and is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, contact Michel Robertson at 828-506-6603.


Admission to this compelling 45-minute film is $5. Click here to purchase tickets.