My family and I visited Camp Hearne on June 19, 2013. We arrived one hour before closing and were greeted very warmly. The site is small but full of history. The woman who gave the tour was very knowledgeable and kept everyone's attention. Each item in the museum has a special "personal" attachment to them. The video that was shared from the history channel shed light on aspects of prison life for those housed in America during the war (WWII). The comparison of how prisoners in Germany (from what I was taught in school) and how the Americans treated POWs were quite enlightening. Learning how the prisoners treated one another was a little shocking. Such places are needed to "clear up" some things people perceive as true. I can't wait until October when the museum brings in more history to absorb.
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