LACONIA — Lake Winnipesaukee Museum in Weirs Beach is presenting "World War Two New Hampshire," featuring John Gfroerer on Wednesday 14 at 7 p.m.
This documentary tells the story of life in New Hampshire during the Second World War. Through interviews, historic news film, photos, and radio reports from the battlefields, this documentary and discussion facilitated by Gfroerer chronicles how a nation, a state and the citizens of New Hampshire mobilized for war.
Gfroerer is a documentary producer and owner of Accompany, a video production company based at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord. He has produced more than 40 documentaries, ranging from profiles of towns along the Maine Coast to a history of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary. Gfroerer's work has been aired on public television stations, The History Channel, and many other venues.
This event is free to the public thanks to a donation from the New Hampshire Humanities Council.