Senator Bob Dole Praises G-Star School $8 million WWII Project
The G-Star School of the Arts for Film, Animation and Performing Arts, a public charter high school, on the 70th anniversary of D-Day has kicked off an $8 million project titled “Into the Past: The World War II Experience (www.atagency.net)”. Recently, the Founder of this permanent educational project, Dawn Hauptner, interviewed Senator Bob Dole in Washington, D.C. at his office about the endeavor. Senator Dole not only ran for President and Vice President and lead the Senate for 10 years as majority leader, he raised $178 million for the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. The interview can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0i9LvCr7uIU&feature=youtu.be .
The idea of “Into the Past: The World War II Experience” is a simple one. It will be a place for people to find strength, hope and knowledge – and the pursuit of happiness knowing we live in America. The World War II Experience will be something of an exhibition, a community center, a museum of living facts, a theme park, a learning center and a showplace of true patriotism. Will you feel like you are being shot at by the enemy? Will bombs be exploding all around you? Will you feel the experience of being on the front lines of major World War II battles?
The answer is “Yes”! Visitors will go through 62,000 sq. ft. under roof of authentically re-created World War II battle grounds and Post-war events. Our project, “Into the Past: The World War II Experience”, including two museums, 14 new classrooms and a student research center will be set up with an “Inter-Active Learning System”. It will combine the highest technology with eight realistic, physical battle grounds that the visitors will be engaged in, resulting in a total sensory immersion into World War II. It will depict the American victories in these battles and the liberation of the concentration camps of the Holocaust.
The final scene will be “What would America be like if Germany had won the war?” based in Washington, D.C. This project will show the tremendous sacrifices our previous generations made to protect our Freedom. In other words, Freedom isn’t Free. Many American soldiers fought and died to give us our freedom and we are thanking them for their sacrifice. This exhibit/tour will be a permanent tribute to veterans, soldiers who lost their lives in the war and survivors of the Holocaust. It will include a student research center to preserve the history and legacy of World War II for future generations so it will never fade away.
If you wish to volunteer or offer assistance in any manner, please contact:
Greg Hauptner at 561-386-6275 or at firstname.lastname@example.org