This is the story of Augusta Chiwy, a black Belgian nurse whose volunteer service in a US Army 10th Armored Division medical aid station during World War II's Battle of the Bulge exemplifies the best of the human spirit in the worst of times.
The incredible true story begins with two nurses, Renee LeMaire and Augusta Chiwy, as they treat patients in the Bastogne aid station. LeMaire was killed on Christmas Eve and became famous as 'The Angel of Bastogne.' Meanwhile, Chiwy’s story was lost to history for sixty-five years. Find out why the courage
and heroism of this remarkable woman should never be forgotten.
This film presentation is for adults only. Admission and refreshments are free of charge. Runtime is 1 hr 15 min.