Thursday, March 24 at 7:00 p.m.
This event will be held in the FCCU Community Room on the 1st floor of the library.
We will also provide remote access via Zoom. Click here to join the program on Zoom.
Millions rallied to the cause of freedom against Nazism and the menace of Imperial Japan. But did you know that some of those heroes had fur, or feathers? War animals guarded American coasts against submarine attack, dug out Londoners trapped in bomb wreckage, and carried vital messages under heavy fire on Pacific islands. They kept up morale, rushed machine gun nests, and even sacrificed themselves picking up live grenades.
Join author Robin Hutton as she shares the stories of these non-human warriors of World War II.