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Making education fun is the National D-Day Memorial Foundation's approach to teaching youth about World War II.
Every summer the Foundation holds a day camp, lasting three days, at the D-Day Memorial. Youth have an opportunity to don period attire, eat treats made from World War II recipe books and, at the end, share what they've learned with their parents. The camp can take up to 40 children and it filled up this year, with a waiting list, according to April Cheek, the Foundation's education director.
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