now that I’m grown & have a little history of my own under my belt, I seem to be more & more interested in history, however that’s why I was so happy to be learning WWII history through the Submarine Museum in Muskegon Michigan
I can remember when I was in school I used to have to drag myself into my history class, then i took an advanced history class because that is what they gave me but I really should have been in proper old history. I found it extremely hard & also extremely boring. now that I’m grown & have a little history of my own under my belt, I seem to be more & more interested in history, however that’s why I was so happy to be learning WWII history through the Submarine Museum in Muskegon Michigan. The USS silversides Submarine Museum in Muskegon offers the history buff a opportunity to see a real Gate 0 class World War II submarine! After the attack on Pearl Harbor & the US’s involvement in what would become known as World War II, Lake Michigan had a giant position to play.At the time there were Passenger Steamers on the Great Lakes, in which the upper middle-class Americans got to like a fabulous cruise around the Lakes, and but that had to change because everything had to change. Those passenger ships became Aircraft carriers. The people of Muskegon & other areas around Lake Michigan Answered their call to duty when it was needed, then my teenage self would be surprised to learn how much I loved going all through the submarine in Muskegon & seeing all the several exhibits about World War & other information.At the Muskegon Museum of History & Science, I also loved spending some time learning not only about the general past however especially about coming to the Lakes, and people have been bringing their families to Muskegon for generations, & it was delightful to hear the stories of those weird peoples who make up Muskegon’s diverse nature this week.