Remembering Virginia’s Role In “The Great War”

Norfolk WWI

The Navy Yard at Nofolk around 1917. Credit: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

A hundred years ago this November, the First World War came to an end.

All of those who fought are now gone, but Virginia’s Historical Society wants Americans to remember what that conflict meant on the battlefield and here at home.

As Sandy Hausman reports, a special exhibit opens this weekend.

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