Historical Heartbeats’ WWII Lecture And Tour

June 3, 2015

The Historical Heartbeats Lecture Series is getting set to present ‘World War II: The Bermuda Veterans’ Story,’ including a lecture and tour of Warwick Camp on Sunday, June 7 at 4.00pm with speaker David O’Shea Meyer

The event poster says, “Ever wondered what it was like to serve in WWII as a Bermudian soldier? Join us at Warwick Camp where we will retrace the steps of those who assisted the war effort in their various branches of service.

“Hear recorded interviews from veterans who give firsthand accounts of their wartime experience and leave with an appreciation for the men and women who sacrificed their lives for Bermuda.

“”Please wear comfortable walking shoes. Limited parking available at Warwick Camp; overflow parking at Chaplin Bay.”

Free tickets are available from the office on the fourth floor of 58 Court Street in Hamilton.

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