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October 10, 2015

CountDownToVeteransDay Goes National

Stratham, NH - Veteran's Day marks the date in World War I when hostilities ceased. It's our business, a hundred years later, to educate, honor and commemorate the Great War. What better way than to offer opportunities do something meaningful for our vets. Through the generosity of WXGR-FM, a radio spot is now available to explain the Count Down To Veteran's Day program. Have a listen and share. Then be sure to visit www.CountDownToVeteransDay.org to find out what you can do to help a vet.
A Busy Fall in Kansas City at the National World War I Museum

Telling: KC
From October 15 through October 24, the WW1 Museum will be hosting several performances of Telling: KC. This is part of the Telling Project which works across the country to deepen our understanding of the military and veterans’ experience by putting veterans and military family members in front of their communities to share their stories, giving them the opportunity to speak and communities the opportunity to listen.

The World Remembers
From October 6 through November 11, the WW1 Museum will host The World Remembers. This is an international education project whose purpose is to remember and honor the 9 million combatants (the most in any war at that time) who perished in WW1 by displaying their names in more than 100 locations throughout Europe and North America. For 1915, more than 500,000 names from 12 nations are represented. The WW1 Museum is the only location for the display in the United States.

"In the Know"

On Sunday, Oct. 18, the Museum continues its free In the Know series with Landon Rowland presenting a discussion titled “World War I and the American 'Mandate' in the Middle East and their ISIS Inheritors.”

More information on all the above events can be found on the WW1 Museum events webpage.

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