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10 Highlights From the New Billy Graham Exhibit at Museum of the Bible

10 Highlights From the New Billy Graham Exhibit at Museum of the Bible

The boots that Billy Graham wore when he traveled to Korea to preach to U.S. soldiers in 1952 sit on display at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 3, 2018. | (Photo: The Christian Post)

5. Graham's boots

According to the museum, Graham's stance against communism led him to support the United States' war against communist North Korea in the early 1950s.

Showcased in the exhibit are the combat boots that Graham wore when he traveled to Korea to preach to U.S. soldiers in 1952.

Following his return to the U.S. from Korea, Graham published a diary of his Korea trip, titled "I Saw Your Sons at War." According to the museum, he published the diary to "assure readers of the American cause."

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