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c-span skew monday. >> coming up next, a panel of thatts explore the ways china, germany, japan and the united states commemorate their involvement in world war ii. this roundtable was part of a conference at the national world war ii museum in new orleans. it's an hour and ten minutes. >> my great joy to introduce the last session today. we have something a little bit different and maybe something we want to do more of. to have the closing roundtable. it has always been a great success. and i think you can see who i have sitting across the table. dr. mueller, the president and ceo of the national world war ii museum. dr. alexandra ritchie, who this time needs no introduction, i gave her a and then on the far right on my right on this table. who i have not yet had the pleasure of introducing. dr. weinberg is the professor at the university of chapel hill. more than that. he is the dean of world war ii historians not only in united states but globally. award winning arthur of some to listo numerous exhaustively but we can list some, a global history of world war ii which is the go-to
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explore the ways of germany, china, japan and the united states remember and commemorate their involvement in world war ii. this roundtable discussion as part of a multi-day conference at the national world war two is a menorah lens, called "1946 - year zero: triumph and tragedy." it is about one hour 15 minutes. >> as we get ready, this is our second to last session, the last of our banquet session. i think everyone knows that. it should be terrific. before i get started i would like to give a shout out to mark powers, where are you? and jeff bloom. give them a big hand. all of our speakers. supportreciative of the of jeff bloom over the years. bringing speakers to this congress and the sponsorship to the museum brings high school and college students down here for field trips. even for a weekend. and we provide special programs for them. this session today is a little different. it is about how people remember world war ii. and specific events around world war ii. i will speak for 10 minutes and everyone else, about the same. designed to be provocative and think about memory
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