Untold Stories – Classic Las Vegas Holds Discussion About Las Vegas And World War 2

The crowds keep getting bigger as the word spreads about this series which is presented by Classic Las Vegas. The next Installment is this Thursday November 1.

Untold Stories at the Las Vegas Preserve presents:

The Greatest Generation, Las Vegas and World War II

When the majority of us think of World War II we rarely think of Las Vegas.  Yet, it was here that Basic Magnesium supplied the valuable mineral to the War effort and the Las Vegas Gunnery School trained pilots for missions over the Pacific and European theaters.

The citizens of the small town of Las Vegas did their patriotic duty by growing Victory Gardens, participating in Rubber and Can Drives, rationing and sending their sons, brothers and husbands off to war.

The impact the War had on Las Vegas would help the small desert community grow into the Entertainment Capital of the World.

Learn more about this fascinating time in Las Vegas history this Thursday evening.  Join

Donna Andress, Las Vegas High Class of 1943

Gail Andress, Las Vegas High Class of 1944

Mike Pinjuv, Las Vegas High Class of 1942

Don Payne, Las Vegas High Class of 1947

Moderated by Lynn M. Zook, The Friends of Classic Las Vegas 


The Las Vegas Springs Preserve

Thursday, Nov. 1st

6:30 pm Reception

7:00 pm Discussion

Admission $12