Prisoners of war honored at Andersonville’s National Historic Site

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Andersonville’s National Historic site “Prisoner of War Museum” celebrated its 20th Anniversary. 

While the ceremony observed the museum milestone, it also focused on the Veterans facility honors — P.O.W.’s. 

Sy Litchenfield, a World War Two P.O.W, shared his experiences. Bill Robinson, who was held prisoner during the Vietnam War shared his as well. David Eberly was held captive during the first Gulf War.

Organizers say the exposure to cross-generational P.O.W Veterans offered a historical learning experience while honoring the museum. 

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