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National Constitution Center: Art of the American Soldier

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Art of the American Soldier, an exhibition of diverse works of art created by American soldiers of their wartime experiences, reminds us that service to country has its price. With striking visuals and voice-overs of popular music and of famous speeches of the time, Art of the American Soldier explores the grief, resilience, and day-to-day preoccupations and sacrifices of Americans during times of war. Begins with work produced during World War I and continues through to the present day.

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