Aug. 2019: The U.S. After WWI
Issue 19: Medal of Honor and Genealogy
Issue 18: Reconstruction and American Philanthropy
Issue 17: The Paris Peace Conference
Issue 16: Remembrance & Gold Star Mothers
Issue 14: Medicine and Shell Shock
Issue 13: Art and Music
Issue 12: War Technology
Issue 11: Women in War
Issue 10: Revolutions
Issue 9: Americans All!
Issue 8: Propaganda
Issue 7: Animals in the War
Issue 6: The Home Front
Special Issue: Centennial Event
Issue 5: U.S. Entry into the War
Issue 4: Trench Life and the Christmas Truce
Issue 3: American Volunteers
Issue 2: Global Effects of WWI
Issue 1: Why Did the War Begin?
Issue 0: Introductory Issue
about this project
The United States World War One Centennial Commission and the National WWI Museum and Memorial are dedicated to educating the public about the causes, events and consequences of the conflict and we encourage the use of these resources to better understand the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community.
Assisting in this endeavor are: