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“The Great War Remembered, World War One”
Military re-enactors interpret World War One.

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April 23 & 24 – “The Great War Remembered, World War One” - Living historians encamp on the grounds demonstrating daily life on the Western Front. Daily lecture topics in the museum theater: SATURDAY 10:30 – The stories I’ll tell when I get home: The Service of WWI Nurses; 1:00 – Tanks & Combined Arms, a Revolution in Ground Warfare; 2:30 – GAS! GAS! GAS! The Terrible Weapon of World War One; SUNDAY 1:00 – Life on the Western Front in Film; A narrated showing of the U.S. Army Signal Corps movie, America Goes Over, c.1918.

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