The Ghost Army of World War II, by Rick Beyer and Elizabeth Sayles, details the fascinating story of this top-secret WWII unit that used inflatable tanks, sound effects, and illusions to fool the Germans on the battlefields of Europe. It is published by Princeton Architectural Press.
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This award-winning film premiered on PBS in 2013, and has been seen in more than 25 countries. It is available on Amazon and other home video outlets.
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A non-profit dedicated to honoring and preserving the legacy of The Ghost Army by building a Ghost Army archive, encouraging exhibit development, and seeking official recognition for the unit.
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The National World War II Museum in New Orleans has put together a new exhibit, Ghost Army: The Combat Con Artists of World War II. Created in conjunction with the Ghost Army Legacy Project, it is the largest and most ambitious exhibit on the unit ever created.
The exhibit was on display at the museum most of 2020. It will hit the road in 2022.