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World War One Connections
Pennsylvania at War

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April 29 - LECTURES: “The Bonus Army March on Washington D.C.” More than 20,000 former soldiers and their families occupied the nation’s capital between MAY and JULY 1932 to lobby for promised assistance due to military service in World War One. Museum lecturer Mr. Sean Reilly will examine the history of this saga in civil disobedience. Regular Admission Rates Apply; 10:30 a.m.; “History of the 28th Division Shrine” Museum educator Joe Horvath traces the history of the Pennsylvania Military Museum and 28th Infantry Division’s National Shrine over the past 100 years. Regular Admission Rates Apply; 1:30 p.m.

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