MISSISSIPPI ARMED FORCES MUSEUM
C A M P S H E L B Y
Directions: Answer the following questions by walking through the museum. The questions follow the order of the museum exhibits, so you will not have to double back to find answers.
1. Teddy Roosevelt’s regiment during the Spanish-American War was commonly known as the “____________________________” (two words) because of their gruff demeanor and horsemanship.
World War I
2. Name one of the medals Henry Jetton Tudery, Mississippi’s most decorated doughboy, was awarded.
____________________________________________________________ 3. What year was Camp Shelby established? __________________________ 4. Camp Shelby was named after which military hero?
____________________________________________________________ 5. During World War I, the feet of soldiers in the trenches would stay wet at all times. What skin condition did this cause?
____________________________________________________________ 6. What kind of bird was used by soldiers in the trench to detect poisonous gas? ________________________________________________________ 7. What flower on the hill in “no man’s land” is associated with honoring American Veterans?
8. What is the significance of the World War I Service Flag in the Victory in the Great War display case?
World War II
9. The American Volunteer Group (AVG), commonly known as the “Flying Tigers,” fought for what country? ________________________________ 10.What country attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941?
____________________________________________________________ 11.Which group of women served closest to the battlefield in World War II? ____________________________________________________________ 12. What sport did the German prisoners of war play while they were being held at Camp Shelby?...
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