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Camp Doughboy brings World War I history alive on Governors Island

Sheet music from a bygone era at Camp Doughboy World War I Weekend on Governors Island. (Anthony C. Hayes) New York: It’s a sunny Sunday afternoon on beautiful Governors Island. Couples stroll hand-in-hand around the promenade, stopping now and again […]

WWI-era music on display at Camp Doughboy. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Camp Doughboy brings World War I history alive on Governors Island

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Sheet music from a bygone era at Camp Doughboy World War I Weekend on Governors Island. (Anthony C. Hayes) New York: It’s a sunny Sunday afternoon on beautiful Governors Island. Couples stroll hand-in-hand around the promenade, stopping now and again […]

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Displays inside the Prairie Mound Schoolhouse at the Gen John J. Pershing Boyhood Home in Laclede, MO. (Anthony C. Hayes)

John J. Pershing Historic site to dedicate Commemorative Garden to fallen Americans of WWI

LACLEDE., MO: There was nothing about the boyhood of John J. Pershing which would hint of his eventual fame. When his chores on the two family farms were complete,

Copperthite pie company heir recalls efforts which provided ‘Dough for the Doughboys’

At first glance, the black Model T box truck – replete with it’s creamy-white “Connecticut - Copperthite Pie Company” lettering – may seem hopelessly out of place. Why would

American soldiers on the Piave front hurling a hand grenades during World War I.

A New Reading of World War I American Literature

One hundred years after U.S. involvement in World War I, it is time to revisit our literature that came out of that conflict--because we are only now, finally, able

Paul Sunderland Glass Bridge & Poppy Field at the National WWI Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri

Military, civilian scholars discuss lasting impression of WWI

Paul Sunderland's Glass Bridge & Poppy Field at the National WWI Museum and Memorial. (Courtesy) On Thursday, March 29, the National WWI Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri marked

Shovels used for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Veterans, dignitaries break ground for D.C. World War I Memorial

Shovels used for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Anthony C. Hayes) In an act which many Americans feel is long overdue, almost

Herbert H. Renshaw on the plaque for Maryland servicemen from Wicomico County who died during World War I credit Anthony C. Hayes

Herbert H. Renshaw: First Marylander to die in WWI missing from US memorials

The name Herbert H. Renshaw as it appears at the Baltimore War Memorial. (Anthony C. Hayes) On May 22, 1917, Baltimore native Herbert H. Renshaw – a twenty-year-old Navy seaman

The 369th Experience will honor historic WWI African-American band.

Dr. Isrea Butler set to lead WWI tribute band 369th Experience

University of Maryland Eastern Shore music director will captain the 369TH EXPERIENCE Band’s Historic Re-Creation WASHINGTON, DC: The 369th Experience is pleased to announce Dr. Isrea Butler as band director

Actor David Shuey as General John J. Pershing speaks to a Mizzou ROTC class at the University of Missouri. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Mizzou ROTC gleans invaluable lessons from ‘General Pershing’

Actor David Shuey presenting General John J. Pershing to the Mizzou ROTC. (Anthony C. Hayes) Everyone recalls that enthusiastic high school history teacher who would don a powdered wig on

World War I ‘Not the forgotten war’

On the centennial anniversary of America's entry into the "War To End All Wars", some wonder if subsequent conflicts have dimmed the sacrifice of the millions who died to

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