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  • US Army World War I Exhibit
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    U.S. Army World War I Exhibit

    We toured the “Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France” centennial exhibit at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center with curator Kaleb Dissinger. The exhibit tells the story of U.S. involvement in…

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  • 1968 in Images
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    1968 in Images

    We toured the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. to see the one-room exhibit examining the pivotal events and personalities of the year 1968. Our guide through the…

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  • Baseball in America Origins and Early Days
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    Baseball in America, Origins and Early Days

    American History TV visited the “Baseball Americana” exhibit at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. to learn about baseball’s origins and early days. Our guide is exhibit curator…

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  • 1619 Thanksgiving at Berkeley Virginia
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    1619 Thanksgiving at Berkeley, Virginia

    In 1619, 35 English settlers arrived in Berkeley, Virginia, upriver from Jamestown. We talked to Graham Woodlief, descendant of the group’s leader, Captain John Woodlief, about how these…

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  • Pocahontas and American Indian Imagery
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    Pocahontas and American Indian Imagery

    We toured the “Americans” exhibit in the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC with curator Cecile Ganteaume. She showed us how Indian names and images are used on products,…

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  • Womens History
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    Women's History

    Efforts to build a National Women’s History Museum in Washington, D.C., have been underway for more than 20 years. It currently exists as an online museum and offers local walking tours focused…

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  • Romagne 19141918 Museum
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    Romagne 1914-1918 Museum

    The French vllage of Romagne-sous-Montfaucon is on the edge of the Meuse-Argonne Cemetery where more than 14,000 American World War I soldiers are buried. The founder and owner of a…

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  • Quentin Roosevelt Memorial
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    Quentin Roosevelt Memorial

    U.S. Army Lieutenant Quentin Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt’s youngest son, was shot down and killed near the village of Chamery, France, during World War I. American History TV visited a…

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  • MeuseArgonne American Cemetery
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    Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

    A French battlefield guide and an American historian toured the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery in northeastern France. The last resting place of 14, 246 Americans who died in the region…

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  • World War I Soldier Alvin York
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    World War I Soldier Alvin York

    American History TV visited a memorial to World War I soldier Alvin York in a French village near the Argonne Forest. Historian Mitchell Yockelson and French battlefield guide Guillaume…

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  • The Lost Battalion
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    The Lost Battalion

    French battlefield guide Guillaume Moizan and historian Mitchell Yockelson visited a memorial and remnants of World War I trenches in France’s Argonne Forest to tell the story of the “Lost…

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  • World War I MeuseArgonne Offensive
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    World War I Meuse-Argonne Offensive

    Historian Mitchell Yockelson and French battlefield guide Guillaume Moizan visited battlefields, villages, and monuments to tell the story of the forty-seven day Meuse-Argonne offensive,…

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  • emAmerican Artifactsem Recalls WWI Battle of Saint Mihiel
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    World War I Battle of Saint-Mihiel

    C-SPAN visited monuments, villages, and an American cemetery associated with the September 12 to 16, 1918 World War I Battle of Saint-Mihiel, France. Locations included the Montsec American…

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  • World War I Soldiers and Art in the Trenches
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    World War I Soldiers and Art in the Trenches

    American History TV visited the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum to learn about stone carvings left behind in bunkers and trenches by World War I soldiers and only recently rediscovered. Our…

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  • Echoes of the Great War Exhibit Part 2
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    "Echoes of the Great War" Exhibit, Part 2

    Library of Congress historian and curator Ryan Reft gave a tour of an exhibit tracing the history of U.S. participation in World War I using artwork, posters, photographs, films, sheet music, documents, and…

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  • Echoes of the Great War Exhibit Part 1
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    "Echoes of the Great War" Exhibit, Part 1

    Library of Congress historian and curator Ryan Reft gave a tour of an exhibit tracing the history of U.S. participation in World War I using artwork, posters, photographs, films, sheet music,…

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  • French World War I Soldiers
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    French World War I Soldiers

    Two U.S. Army veterans portrayed French World War I soldiers in a mock trench. Wearing uniforms and gear from the last two years of the conflict, the soldiers discussed the French…

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  • US Army World War I Posters
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    U.S. Army World War I Posters

    U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center art curator Jim McNally discussed the design, objectives, and artists of World War I posters. With goals ranging from recruitment to fundraising to food…

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  • German World War I Soldiers
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    German World War I Soldiers

    Three reenactors portraying German World War I soldiers discussed their uniforms, equipment, and the difficulties the common soldier faced. They were participants in a living history event…

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  • World War I Combat Artists
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    World War I Combat Artists

    American History TV visited the National Air & Space Museum to learn about U.S. Army combat artists who were recruited to be part of the American Expeditionary Force in World War I. Our guide was the…

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