Living History Days at N-YHS
Presenting the National WWII Museum’s Victory Belles!
Sat, November 24th, 2012 | 3:00 pm


Founded in 1941, the USO has played a vital role in boosting morale and patriotism by presenting live entertainment to U.S. armed forces and their families. In the spirit of the meaningful performances that touched countless lives during World War II, the National WWII Museum’s Victory Belles will present two exciting sets of song and dance (one at 12 pm and another at 3 pm) in the New-York Historical Society’s Robert H. and Clarice Smith New York Gallery of American History. Join us in saluting the heroes of World War II with an afternoon of music and fun!

These performances are free with Museum admission.


The National WWII Museum’s Victory Belles are a vocal trio who travel the globe delighting audiences with their spirited performances, which feature dazzling costumes, audience interaction, and musical hits, all sung in rich, three-part harmony. Created in 2009, today there are sixteen Victory Belles keeping America’s magical musical history alive with regular performances every Wednesday at the National WWII Museum’s Stage Door Canteen, as well as across the country and overseas. Recent notable performances include the USO Gala in Japan, The National Anthem at the Saints NFL football game, the USO Guam Six Star Salute, and on board the USS WASP during Navy Week in New Orleans.


New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024


Please contact the Department of Public Programs at (212) 485-9205 for more information about this program.

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