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March 04, 2018 - March 10, 2018
March 04, 2018 - March 10, 2018

Maine in World War I
Dates:

The Maine Military Museum and Learning center will be running a World War I exhibit, featuring two large glass cases of WW I artifacts, five fully dressed mannequins, twenty five - thirty framed original posters and unit photos, a massive WW I US Army officers shipping trunk from the 30th Division, trunks from WW I Aero Service & WWI Tank Corp, and a tableau of a "Yank" in a bombed out building. The exhibit will run from April 17, 2017 to November 11, 2018.
Contact: http://mainemilitarymuseum.info/contact-us/
Maine Military Museum

South Portland, ME

 

Category: Maine

Pull Together: Maritime Maine in the 1914-1918 Great War
Dates:

“During the progress of the 20 months from April 1917 to November 1918, Bath was utterly transformed.” - Henry Wilson Owen, The Edward Clarence Plummer History of Bath, Maine, 1926 The significance of naval and merchant ships, and by extension the shipyards that built them, was more uncontested in the unprecedented searing magnitude of the first World War – when land armies had yet to become highly mechanized, and air power was a novelty – than it was in the grim repeat of WWII. Bath and other Maine coastal communities with long-standing shipbuilding reputations felt the war-fever flush of national attention (and ...
Contact: http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/exhibits/pull-together/
Maine Maritime Museum

Bath, ME

 

Category: Maine

Maine in World War I
Dates:

The Maine Military Museum and Learning center will be running a World War I exhibit, featuring two large glass cases of WW I artifacts, five fully dressed mannequins, twenty five - thirty framed original posters and unit photos, a massive WW I US Army officers shipping trunk from the 30th Division, trunks from WW I Aero Service & WWI Tank Corp, and a tableau of a "Yank" in a bombed out building. The exhibit will run from April 17, 2017 to November 11, 2018.
Contact: http://mainemilitarymuseum.info/contact-us/
Maine Military Museum

South Portland, ME

 

Category: Maine

Pull Together: Maritime Maine in the 1914-1918 Great War
Dates:

“During the progress of the 20 months from April 1917 to November 1918, Bath was utterly transformed.” - Henry Wilson Owen, The Edward Clarence Plummer History of Bath, Maine, 1926 The significance of naval and merchant ships, and by extension the shipyards that built them, was more uncontested in the unprecedented searing magnitude of the first World War – when land armies had yet to become highly mechanized, and air power was a novelty – than it was in the grim repeat of WWII. Bath and other Maine coastal communities with long-standing shipbuilding reputations felt the war-fever flush of national attention (and ...
Contact: http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/exhibits/pull-together/
Maine Maritime Museum

Bath, ME

 

Category: Maine

Maine in World War I
Dates:

The Maine Military Museum and Learning center will be running a World War I exhibit, featuring two large glass cases of WW I artifacts, five fully dressed mannequins, twenty five - thirty framed original posters and unit photos, a massive WW I US Army officers shipping trunk from the 30th Division, trunks from WW I Aero Service & WWI Tank Corp, and a tableau of a "Yank" in a bombed out building. The exhibit will run from April 17, 2017 to November 11, 2018.
Contact: http://mainemilitarymuseum.info/contact-us/
Maine Military Museum

South Portland, ME

 

Category: Maine

Pull Together: Maritime Maine in the 1914-1918 Great War
Dates:

“During the progress of the 20 months from April 1917 to November 1918, Bath was utterly transformed.” - Henry Wilson Owen, The Edward Clarence Plummer History of Bath, Maine, 1926 The significance of naval and merchant ships, and by extension the shipyards that built them, was more uncontested in the unprecedented searing magnitude of the first World War – when land armies had yet to become highly mechanized, and air power was a novelty – than it was in the grim repeat of WWII. Bath and other Maine coastal communities with long-standing shipbuilding reputations felt the war-fever flush of national attention (and ...
Contact: http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/exhibits/pull-together/
Maine Maritime Museum

Bath, ME

 

Category: Maine

Maine in World War I
Dates:

The Maine Military Museum and Learning center will be running a World War I exhibit, featuring two large glass cases of WW I artifacts, five fully dressed mannequins, twenty five - thirty framed original posters and unit photos, a massive WW I US Army officers shipping trunk from the 30th Division, trunks from WW I Aero Service & WWI Tank Corp, and a tableau of a "Yank" in a bombed out building. The exhibit will run from April 17, 2017 to November 11, 2018.
Contact: http://mainemilitarymuseum.info/contact-us/
Maine Military Museum

South Portland, ME

 

Category: Maine

Pull Together: Maritime Maine in the 1914-1918 Great War
Dates:

“During the progress of the 20 months from April 1917 to November 1918, Bath was utterly transformed.” - Henry Wilson Owen, The Edward Clarence Plummer History of Bath, Maine, 1926 The significance of naval and merchant ships, and by extension the shipyards that built them, was more uncontested in the unprecedented searing magnitude of the first World War – when land armies had yet to become highly mechanized, and air power was a novelty – than it was in the grim repeat of WWII. Bath and other Maine coastal communities with long-standing shipbuilding reputations felt the war-fever flush of national attention (and ...
Contact: http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/exhibits/pull-together/
Maine Maritime Museum

Bath, ME

 

Category: Maine

Maine in World War I
Dates:

The Maine Military Museum and Learning center will be running a World War I exhibit, featuring two large glass cases of WW I artifacts, five fully dressed mannequins, twenty five - thirty framed original posters and unit photos, a massive WW I US Army officers shipping trunk from the 30th Division, trunks from WW I Aero Service & WWI Tank Corp, and a tableau of a "Yank" in a bombed out building. The exhibit will run from April 17, 2017 to November 11, 2018.
Contact: http://mainemilitarymuseum.info/contact-us/
Maine Military Museum

South Portland, ME

 

Category: Maine

Pull Together: Maritime Maine in the 1914-1918 Great War
Dates:

“During the progress of the 20 months from April 1917 to November 1918, Bath was utterly transformed.” - Henry Wilson Owen, The Edward Clarence Plummer History of Bath, Maine, 1926 The significance of naval and merchant ships, and by extension the shipyards that built them, was more uncontested in the unprecedented searing magnitude of the first World War – when land armies had yet to become highly mechanized, and air power was a novelty – than it was in the grim repeat of WWII. Bath and other Maine coastal communities with long-standing shipbuilding reputations felt the war-fever flush of national attention (and ...
Contact: http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/exhibits/pull-together/
Maine Maritime Museum

Bath, ME

 

Category: Maine

Maine in World War I
Dates:

The Maine Military Museum and Learning center will be running a World War I exhibit, featuring two large glass cases of WW I artifacts, five fully dressed mannequins, twenty five - thirty framed original posters and unit photos, a massive WW I US Army officers shipping trunk from the 30th Division, trunks from WW I Aero Service & WWI Tank Corp, and a tableau of a "Yank" in a bombed out building. The exhibit will run from April 17, 2017 to November 11, 2018.
Contact: http://mainemilitarymuseum.info/contact-us/
Maine Military Museum

South Portland, ME

 

Category: Maine

Pull Together: Maritime Maine in the 1914-1918 Great War
Dates:

“During the progress of the 20 months from April 1917 to November 1918, Bath was utterly transformed.” - Henry Wilson Owen, The Edward Clarence Plummer History of Bath, Maine, 1926 The significance of naval and merchant ships, and by extension the shipyards that built them, was more uncontested in the unprecedented searing magnitude of the first World War – when land armies had yet to become highly mechanized, and air power was a novelty – than it was in the grim repeat of WWII. Bath and other Maine coastal communities with long-standing shipbuilding reputations felt the war-fever flush of national attention (and ...
Contact: http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/exhibits/pull-together/
Maine Maritime Museum

Bath, ME

 

Category: Maine

Maine in World War I
Dates:

The Maine Military Museum and Learning center will be running a World War I exhibit, featuring two large glass cases of WW I artifacts, five fully dressed mannequins, twenty five - thirty framed original posters and unit photos, a massive WW I US Army officers shipping trunk from the 30th Division, trunks from WW I Aero Service & WWI Tank Corp, and a tableau of a "Yank" in a bombed out building. The exhibit will run from April 17, 2017 to November 11, 2018.
Contact: http://mainemilitarymuseum.info/contact-us/
Maine Military Museum

South Portland, ME

 

Category: Maine

Pull Together: Maritime Maine in the 1914-1918 Great War
Dates:

“During the progress of the 20 months from April 1917 to November 1918, Bath was utterly transformed.” - Henry Wilson Owen, The Edward Clarence Plummer History of Bath, Maine, 1926 The significance of naval and merchant ships, and by extension the shipyards that built them, was more uncontested in the unprecedented searing magnitude of the first World War – when land armies had yet to become highly mechanized, and air power was a novelty – than it was in the grim repeat of WWII. Bath and other Maine coastal communities with long-standing shipbuilding reputations felt the war-fever flush of national attention (and ...
Contact: http://www.mainemaritimemuseum.org/exhibits/pull-together/
Maine Maritime Museum

Bath, ME

 

Category: Maine

Maine WWI Centennial Working Group

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The Maine WWI Centennial Working Group is made up of representatives from the Participating Organizations.

 Would you or your organization like to become a participating partner or have your event listed on our calendar? Do you have questions about Maine in World War I? Please contact us at the email below.

 Contact: maine@worldwar1centennial.org

 

 

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