Read along with us as we walk through the forests of Belleau Wood, alongside the Marne River, and to the ground where a young Harry S. Truman directed his guns and see the woods where Alvin York earned his fame.
In August 2018, students from Australia, Canada, France, the UK and the United States came together to tour the former WWI battlefields as part of the commemoration of the centennial of the war in Amiens, France.
The United States honors the American veterans of every major war of the 20th century with a national memorial in Washington, D.C., except the veterans of World War I. We support the efforts to create a national memorial in the nation’s capital.
At a recent presentation to encourage membership in the Pershing Legacy Society, Karen Herman shared a fascinating account of her father's involvement in World War I and the effect it had on him and his family.
Along the Western Front in what were once places of devastating violence, we now see landscapes of great beauty, a testament to peace and remembrance. Join another venture to the Great War battlefields with the National World War I Museum and Memorial and Battle Honours.