During World War II, the Ford Motor Company played an essential role in arming the United States for success. Much of this success can be attributed to Edsel, Clara and Henry Ford's only son. While battling stomach cancer, Edsel helped create an assembly at the Willow Run plant that produced crucial B-24 Liberator aircrafts. Join Site Program Manager, Holly Shaffer, to learn about the Ford Company's role in the war. This is a free Digital Discussion. Visit edisonford.org to register.