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Lunchbox Lecture
H. Mortimer Favrot Orientation Center

Linzey Foret presents Wehrmacht in Louisiana

As the Allies defeated Axis powers in Africa and Europe, German and Italian soldiers were captured as prisoners of war. As the number of POWs grew to a staggering total, the Allies were forced to ship some of them to America. Louisiana's new temporary residents caused quite a stir as the POWs interacted with locals and harvested rice and sugarcane.

Lunchbox Lectures are free and open to the public on every first and third Wednesday of the month. For more information call 504-528-1944 x 463.

NOTICE: Andrew Higgins Drive is temporarily closed to vehicles between Camp Street and Magazine Street for the construction of a new Founders Plaza at The National WWII Museum. The Museum's main entrance on Higgins Drive is open and accessible from both Camp Street and Magazine Street.

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM