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Louisiana Maneuvers and Military Museum, Camp Beauregard
About My Library
Our library focuses on the history of World War II and the Louisiana Maneuvers Training held in Central Louisiana during the build up for war.
About Me
The Louisiana Maneuvers Military Museum has been in existence 20 years. Housed in a replica WWII barracks, located on Camp Beauregard, Pineville, La the museum pays tribute to service members and civilians of Louisiana, with portions of the collections dating back to Colonial Louisiana.

The initial Ground Breaking ceremony was conducted on Saturday, December 9, 1995. Contents of the museum however, can be traced back to a display that was located in the famous Bentley Hotel in Alexandria, La. When the Hotel came under new management the display was scheduled for disassembly. MG Ansel Stroud, The Louisiana National Guard Adjutant General at the time, was approached and asked if Camp Beauregard would consider hosting a site for a museum that would cover the famous Louisiana Maneuvers in addition to recognizing past and future operations of our military forces. MG Stroud agreed and a plan was set into motion.
Pineville, Louisiana