- The Suffragists in WWI @ | 01:20
- The Battle of Passchendaele ends - Mike Shuster @ | 11:45
- Ceremonial Groundbreaking episode announced @ | 16:30
- Meet the designer of the National WWI Memorial - Joseph Weishaar @ | 17:30
- Speaking WWI - “Snapshot” @ | 24:45
- 100C/100M in Jackson, MO - Lawson Burgfeld @ | 26:50
- “Travels with Darley” on the Western Front - Darley Newman @ | 33:25
- Native American Story of Service - Nick Brokeshoulder @ | 39:00
- The Buzz - Katherine Akey @ | 48:50
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- POWs in WW1 | @01:30
- The war on the eastern front is over - Mike Shuster | @11:15
- Tomb of the Unknown Soldier - Gavin McIlvenna | @15:50
- Speaking WW1 “Dingbat” | @22:40
- 100C/100M, Wheaton IL - Nancy Flannery & Rob Sperl | @24:15
- The Millionaire’s Unit - Dr. Marc Wortman | @30:50
- North Dakota WW1 Centennial Committee - Darrell Dorgan | @38:00
- Warrior in Khaki - Native American Warriors - Michael and Ann Knudson | @44:15
- WWrite Blog - Pierre Lemaitre’s, The Great Swindle | @51:20
- The Buzz - Native American History Month | @52:25
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WWI Centennial News SPECIAL
This is another special feature presentation of the WW1 Centennial News Podcast.
Welcome to PART II of “In Sacrifice for Liberty and Peace”.
This two part special is an adaptation from a live staged event the Commission produced on the April 6, 2017 centennial of America’s entry into: “ war that changed the world”.
Edward Bilous as the artistic director, and Chris Christopher as the US WW1 Centennial Commission’s executive producer pulled together an amazing group of artists, historians musician, actors, and others for a live performance staged at the National WWI Museum and Memorial in Kansas City to an audience of over 3,000 attendees.
For this 2-part special we have excerpted key moments from the story that unfolds, the music that was performed and the readings from a cast of amazing actors, orators, musicians and other luminaries.
In Part 1 we examined the great debate in America about getting into the war, and today, in Part 2, we present how events overtook the debate and as America declared its entry into WW1. Read the rest of this entry »