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Provided By:

Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs

Phone Number:
(608) 224-9653

State: Wisconsin

Zip: 53703

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum: the Source for Wisconsin Military History

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum exists to share and preserve the stories of all Wisconsin veterans. On the pages of this site, especially the blog, dig into the veteran experience and their service to our communities, state, and nation.

Beginning with the Wisconsin Civil War regiments view regimental history and the battle flags that guided them.  Through to veterans in recent service, explore what our servicemembers did, how that work impacted themselves and their families, and how their service contributed to national and global security.

In addition, for an understanding of the contributions of Wisconsin veterans and to preserve and share their legacy, the museum has more than 2800 oral history interviews with veterans from World War I through to the 21st century. Furthermore, our database of service records for Wisconsin veterans provide details of the who, where, and when. Scout our collections for thousands of service-related three-dimensional objects, papers, diaries, and photographs documenting and preserving Wisconsin military history. Begin your exploration and plan your visit.

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