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The World War One Centennial Committee for New York City, a 501(c)3 subsidiary of US WWI Centennial Commission, commemorates WWI in our richly diverse city
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Thank you for sharing the stories of the war that changed the world.With primary sources &diverse voices you help bring History alive in the classroom &in the public’s understanding of how the past shapes our culture.Thanks also to
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Dan Hill Oct 19
Its amazing to think that almost a century after the guns fell silent on the Western Front, there is still so much ordnance being plowed up every year. The 'iron harvest' will still be turning this stuff up for hundreds of years to come.
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick 6h
Get to the New York Transit Museum Sunday for History Day on vintage trains. Great for families
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wwi100nyc 18h
Thank you for sharing the stories of the war that changed the world.With primary sources &diverse voices you help bring History alive in the classroom &in the public’s understanding of how the past shapes our culture.Thanks also to
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Oct 9
All Hallows High stole the show. Those teens reading the names were the best way to remember the 21 men lost from Highbridge
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Oct 9
I finally got to see maquette: There is NO national memorial in . We need one. This is stunning
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All Hallows Arts Oct 10
We were honored and grateful to have been asked to participate! Each of our boys truly felt a kinship with the young man whose name he read.
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Oct 10
A great time with team in DC. Let’s all help the National Memorial get built. Donate now.
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wwi100nyc Oct 7
Today’s world both good and bad was forged in . and go hand in hand
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National History Day Oct 8
A2 We have quite a few partner organizations that make resources available specific to the theme. Those are at
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Ebony Doughboys Oct 8
Thank you Ambassador Gidwitz. The mission is needed; we stand ready to collaborate in the future. @usambbrussels
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wwi100nyc Oct 7
It would be fun to try coffee&pie at Automat - possibly theexperience enhanced the flavors. Of course that is true where ever we are in time &place . It’s called the “Provence Effect” . Hard to know whether the Automat coffee was actually delish or not.
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Joe Bello 🎃 Oct 6
Visiting the Sam Young Post #620 in the commemorating the end of and founding of the American Legion. If your in the area stop by, see the displays, historical items and films on serving and the !
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wwi100nyc Oct 7
Today’s world both good and bad was forged in . and go hand in hand
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Oct 7
Head to today to Post: 1530 Hutchinson River Pkwy. Centennial rededication & reenactors includes my friend who portrays Army contract surgeon
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wwi100nyc Oct 7
Thanks for all you do to keep this important history alive.
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National History Day Oct 5
We just launched a new educational program called Who They Were. Join in the 100th anniversary commemorations of World War I and discover the history of your community.
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wwi100nyc Sep 29
Anyone else see a David ( david and Goliath) in this statue?
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wwi100nyc Sep 29
Thanks for participating! Your students added an extra level of significance to the rededication by representing the new generation
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