Saturday, June 23, 1 – 4 PM, Huntington Room
Free with Museum Admission.
Registration is not required, but will help us to plan an outstanding event.
Please let us know if you’re planning to attend!
World War I was, in many ways, the beginning of an American century. The Great War saw the United States emerge onto the world’s stage as never before, and began the nation’s rise to prominence that continued throughout the 20th century. Similarly, World War I wrought dramatic changes on our home state as new ships were built, neighborhoods were constructed, industries grew, and the population shifted dramatically.
Join us as three renowned historians share their insights about this pivotal and transformative time in our history.
Ernest J. King Professor of Maritime History,
US Naval Institute
Command Historian, Virginia National Guard
Visiting Fellow at Virginia Humanities,
author of Virginians in the Great War: Uncovering One State’s Role in Mobilizing For, Fighting, and Commemorating World War I.
This program has been funded in part by a grant from Virginia Humanities.