The Admiral Nimitz Museum and the newer National Museum of the Pacific War are as good as it gets. On the first visit I was accompanied by a retired Navy Captain, who was a shipmate of mine. His father was with Adm Nimitz when the Japanese surrender was signed aboard the USS Missouri. So the visit had special meaning for our group. The exhibits are first class and tell the story including the victories, defeats and hardships fully. The war was long and difficult, so one visit to the museum is not enough. Fortunately I live relatively close by and can visit often, When my grandchildren are a little older this will be on their "bucket list" of things to do.
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