History Students Visit World War II Museum
History students are visiting The International Museum of World War II in Natick today. They are seeing, touching, interacting with 7,500 artifacts in multiple languages from the Second World War. Here they are playing with Enigma machines, examining battleships, looking at rocket launchers, cranking air raid sirens, and translating propaganda. Only AMSA kids would also ask the workers to open up the hood of a Jeep so they can examine the parts!