The Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas has some extraordinary speakers scheduled for the upcoming year. Save the date and reserve your space now. You won’t want to miss this riveting series.



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The mission of the Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas is to honor our nation’s veterans, to educate the public about our country’s military history and the contribution of our service men and women, and to preserve important and unique historic artifacts. The Museum reflects a love of country and gratitude to those who serve it by remembering and celebrating their service.

Guest Speaker Series

Loyal Forces: The American Animals of World War II

Guest Speaker:
Toni McCourt Kiser

Date: Thursday, October 20, 2022
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Ingram Auditorium on the Brevard College campus


Kiser’s program on October 20  will be a discussion of her book. Her presentation is for Students, alumni, and anyone in the community interested in the history of World War II and the important role of service animals are invited to attend. “In the frightening and uncharted world of war, servicemen and women could count on the transport given by horses and mules, the protection offered by dogs, the communication delivered by pigeons, and the solace provided by mascots and pets,”

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Toni McCourt Kiser

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