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1926 dedication of WWI Memorial in KC

WW1 Centennial News for July 29, 2019 - Episode #133

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Highlights: WWI Remembered in KC & DC

Episode #133

Host - Theo Mayer

  • How Treaties Are Created - Host | @ 02:23
  • Food Sales at Post Offices - Host | @ 08:50
  • National WWI Museum and Memorial in KC - Dr. Matthew Naylor | @ 10:55
  • Doughboy Foundation - Dan Dayton | @ 21:20
  • Born in the Month of July - Dave Kramer | @ 31:30 
  • Articles & Posts: Weekly Dispatch - Host | @ 34:35

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World War I - THEN

100 Years Ago This Week

Peace Treaty and Senate Confirmation - Host


“The Senate’s Role in Treaties,” The U.S. Senate: Art and History,

“Open Treaty Hearings Begin Tomorrow,” New York Times, July 30, 1919, p.1

War Surplus Food - Host


“U.S. Army Will Sell Surplus of Food in Post Offices,” New York Times, July 31, 1919, p. 1

“Promise Quick Action to Punish Profiteers,” Seattle Star, August 13, 1919,

“Hoarded Stocks of Food to Be Placed On Market,” The Daily Gate City, August 9, 1919, p.1,


World War I - NOW

National WWI Museum and Memorial, Kansas City - Dr. Matthew Naylor

National WWI Museum and Memorial, Kansas City:

World War 1 Commission:

National World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C.

NonProfit Pro:


Commission News: Announcing the Doughboy Foundation - Dr. Dan Dayton

Doughboy Foundation:

LinkedIn Profile:

World War 1 Commission:

National World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C.


Born in the Month of July

Read by Dave Kramer


Paul, Steve, “Young Mr. Hemingway in Italy,

Putnam, Thomas, “Hemingway on War and Its Aftermath,” Prologue Magazine, Spring 2006

Ernest Hemingway Biography - World War I,

Raymond Chandler on the Western Front, 1918,”

Woodward, Richard B., “The Hard-Boiled Bard,” The Guardian,

Daniel, Douglass K., “Bad Grandpa? Book DownplaysActor Walter Brennan’s Dark Side,” The Washington Times,

“From the Archives: Walter Brennan, Oscar Winner Dies, Los Angeles Times,

“How War Poet Robert Graves Nearly Died at the Somme,” Imperial War Museum,

Articles and Posts

Highlight from the Dispatch Newsletter - Host



The U.S. World War One Centennial Commission

Pritzker Military Museum and Library

The Doughboy Foundation


Executive Producer: Dan Dayton

Producer & Host: Theo Mayer

Line Producer: Juliette Cowall

Written by: Theo Mayer and David Kramer

Special guests:

Garrett Peck

Dr. Patricia O’Toole

Dr. Matthew Naylor

Daniel S. Dayton


Interview Editing

Mac Nelsen
Tim Crowe

Web support: JL Michaud


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