National World War I Museum

National World War I Museum

The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial inspires thought, dialogue, and learning to make the experiences of the World War I era meaningful and relevant for present and future generations.

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National World War I Museum 39.080988, -94.585980 Events & Updates

Address:

 100 W 26th St Kansas City, Missouri 64108

Contact:

 (816) 888-8100

Hours:

 Tue – Sun:

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Website:

www.theworldwar.org

National World War I Museum

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Hundreds of women, fluent in multiple languages, served within the U.S. Army Signal Corps, playing a pivotal role in wartime communication. They became known as the “Hello Girls.”

This year, Women’s History Month coincides with the 100th anniversary of the overseas deployment of the Signal Corps Female Telephone Operators Unit. Join Elizabeth Cobbs, author of The Hello Girls: America’s First Women Soldiers, in a discussion on the invaluable role these pioneering woman served and their legacy today.

Presented in partnership with the National Archives of Kansas City. Cash bar/small plates available.

FREE with RSVP
J.C. Nichols Auditorium Lobby
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On 26 January 2 the Historical Studies Center of Mestre organized, in memory of the centenary of the death of the first two Americans who fell in Italy during the WWI. Representatives of the Italian and American military weapon associations of the Aviano base were present. We regret that this page has not decided to publicize the event although reported by myself a long time ago. www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcT4BrmsJAU&feature=youtu.be

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I love this cover. And as an SAR member and one who had at least two ancestors who were at Valley Forge with Washington, it is especially meaningful.

8 hours ago
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I think we need some magazines for today's youth which depict more of this.

14 hours ago
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