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PowerPoint Presentations Produced by Wilbur D. Jones, Jr.

Available for Programs and Meetings
  • Growing Up in Wartime Wilmington: America’s First World War II Heritage City
  • The Afrika Korps at Home in Wilmington, 1944-46
  • The U.S. Navy at the Normandy D-Day Invasion – June 6, 1944
  • The USS North Carolina at the Battle for Iwo Jima
  • “What Are We Fighting For?”: A Perspective on Wilmington Blacks on the World War II Home Front, and Saluting the Tuskegee Airmen
  • Allied Naval Forces at Operation Dragoon, August 1944
  • Free a Man to Fight!: This is Our War Too: American Women in the World War II Armed Forces
  • America in the Pacific War, 1941-45: An Overview
  • Rescue at Sea in the Middle of the North Atlantic by the RMS Queen Mary 2
  • Rosie the Riveter: American Women in World War II
  • Henry Churchill Bragaw, Soldier: An Exceptional American Life
  • Inside President Ford’s White House
  • Wilmington’s Connection to the Attack on Pearl Harbor: Hawaii and the Wilmington Home Front – Dec. 7, 1941
  • North Carolina Shipbuilding Company, a.k.a. The Wilmington Shipyard: From the SS Zebulon B. Vance, Dec. 6, 1941 – to the “Ghost Fleet”
  • Determination, Coordination, and Leadership: Wilmington’s 12-Year Project to Become the First “American World War II Heritage City”