LIMITED TO ONLY 50 SEATS
DINNER IS INCLUDED
Be completely overtaken with holiday spirit and patriotism when bestselling author Matthew R. Litt lectures on his favorite stories from his book: Christmas 1945 - The Greatest Celebration in American History. This lecture is not just for history buffs and veterans, but for anyone who wants a large helping of both holiday and American spirit.
After four dark holidays during World War II from 1941-1944, America was ready for the greatest celebration in its history, a holiday season that the country had looked forward to for years. Christmas 1945 was filled with heartwarming stories that will take you back in time to December 1945 and make you feel great about being an American.
There are stories in this lecture for everyone. Stories about dogs and stories about children. Stories about cities and stories about small towns. Stories about President Truman and stories about Patton. A story about an American jumping overboard to see his newborn son, and a story about an engagement ring lost in a box of chocolate.
Note about bringing children: Children are welcome (and encouraged), but references will occasionally be made during the lecture to WWII and its casualties. It is our recommendation that only children with some advance familiarity with WWII should attend.
TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE DOOR
Feel free to email us with any questions: Matt@Lincolnesq.com
Read Matthew Litt's Christmas 1945 article in Time magazine: The Race to Get Veterans Home...