Color Of Memory: National WW1 Museum & Memorial

Fabric Art of WWI Jan. 29, 2019 – Sept. 2, 2019 Wylie Gallery National WW1 Museum & Memorial, Kansas City “Remember Me.” “Souvenir de France.” “Mother Dear.” “Merci!” These and countless other sentiments are expressed in the fabric art that came from World War I. Romantic and patriotic scenes were created on silk and cotton and wool felt. Many of the […]

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WW1 Centennial News: Labor Day 1918

The IWW - The Industrial Workers of the World - was suspected of bombing a Chicago federal building on Sept. 5th, 1918

August 31, 2018 – Episode #87 The IWW – The Industrial Workers of the World – was suspected of bombing a Chicago federal building on Sept. 5th, 1918 WW1 Centennial News  Highlights: Labor Day, Unions, Sedition, Bombs, the Babe and Butte  | @ 02:00 Surging forward on the Western Front – Mike Shuster  | @ 11:45 Bio Special: Great War […]

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WW1 History With Dana Lombardy In The Veterans Building

A free guided tour and history of the World War One Centennial exhibit in the lobby of the San Francisco Veterans Building, led by Dana Lombardy. Saturday, August 11, 2018 10:30am, Free, Veterans Building, 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by the Bay Area Chapter of the World War One Historical Association. The exhibit is a unique and […]

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