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The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial


address  100 W. 26th St.
 Kansas City, MO  64108
phone (816) 784-1918
hours Tue.-Sun.: 10 am-5 pm; Memorial Day-Labor Day: Daily 10 am-5 pm
parking Free parking on south side of complex
general adm $8; $7 seniors; $4 children 6-11; free for children under 6
www.theworldwar.org

AEF Enters the Fray

AEF Enters the Fray

Talks/Lectures
The U.S. Armed Forces played pivotal roles in some of 1918’s major conflicts. One hundred years later, join award-winning historian and Lt. Colonel (ret.) Shawn Faulkner of the Command and General Staff College for a discussion of how pivotal engagements, including the Second Battle of the Marne and Battle of Soissons, shaped the outcome of the war. Take an in-depth look at the actions of this crucial time and explore the enduring impact of the year of the Armistice. Presented in conjunction with the centennial exhibition Crucible Life and Death in 1918. Cash bar/small plates begins at 6 p.m. FREE with RSVP | J.C. Nichols Auditorium
History;Museum;World War I;WWI
Event Info: (816) 888-8100
Price: Free with RSVP
Event Website: www.theworldwar.org/visit/upcoming-events
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Schedule
 • Tue 6/26/18 at 6:30pm