Museum Night continued Saturday evening, with a roaming tour of the World War II museum, in Nouméa. This unique evening was sold out very quickly, in this year of commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the arrival of the American army in New Caledonia.
Four Jeeps were erected in front of the World War II museum on Saturday, May 14, in Noumea, for a walk organized for Museum Night. The JACC, a Caledonian Jeep military club, accepted the invitation and cited the example of the American Navy, the first of which was released in 1942.
“It’s a little weird because we’re more used to seeing them either green or green, but in fact the marine ones were that color: sea blue.”notes Pierre Demurger, a member of the JACC. “They were created very quickly, because the United States entered the war. Those who arrived in New Caledonia, in March 1942, were tested and placed in service here.”
Jeep, DJ, grocery stores to complete the decoration, and walks, the way you can go from one workshop to another has been suggested, to rediscover the museum. “We go back to 1942, when the Americans arrived. We must remember that there were 17,000 arrivals in the area, while we were 11,000 at the Nouméa convention. We are celebrating the 80th anniversary this year and guests are invited to start. war training “presents Clémentine Poiret, a mediator in the Cultural Department of Nouméa.
GIs takes us to open cinema, a small mechanical workshop enhanced with a swing introduction. All of this is connected with the mystery, which was brought about at the end of the journey by Uncle Sam’s nephews and nephews.Clémentine Poiret, cultural mediator
In one week, 400 parts of this special evening were sold. “In fact, the idea of offering the same courses again in the coming months should be kept in mind for those who have not yet been able to enroll,” he said. notes Clementine Poiret.