Silhouette of Soldiers

About The Exhibit

Hello! My name is Kimberly Weot. Thank you for taking an interest in my exhibit An Endless War: The History of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I was inspired to do this exhibit because I grew up hearing stories about World War II from my grandfather. I wanted to do an exhibit that shed some light on something that is historical, but also something that is not well known by the public. The message that I want to portray through this exhibit is that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a prominent subject and that there should be more awareness about its history.

 

Dedication

I would like to dedicate this exhibit and this project to both of my grandfathers, Paul Weot and Harmon Bone, and all the other service members who have signed up to serve their country. Thank you.

 
Time is TBD
The Rosengart Building,
41 W Main St, Statesboro, GA 30458, USA
 
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3rd Infantry Division Museum

The exhibit will be at the 3rd Infantry Museum at Fort Stewart, GA in May 2021. Specific days are to be announced. The 3rd Infantry has exhibits about the history of the 3rd Infantry since its formation in 1917. They also have large artifacts such as tanks, helicopters, and other wartime vehicles.

 
 
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