Pritzker Military Museum & Library

Pritzker Military Museum & Library
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Pritzker Military Museum & Library

 •  November 22, 2017

One November day in 1926, locals gathered in Highland Park to dedicate a statue in honor of the 363 residents who served in World War I. A band played patriotic songs and schoolchildren marched. Then life went on. Before long, there would be more wars to commemorate. If you know where to go in the Chicago area, you’ll discover statues and other...

One hundred years ago today, the United States Congress voted overwhelmingly in favor of entering "the war to end all wars." Had that war lived up to its optimistic slogan, we'd probably all be off work today to join in the "Still No Wars" holiday celebrations around the globe. Instead, we're simply marking the 100th anniversary of our nation's...

News Release — Norwich University Contact: Daphne Larkin 802-485-2886 dlarkin@norwich.edu Follow us on Twitter @NorwichNews ~Program to address the topic: “Won the War, Lost the Peace: The Centennial Legacy of World War One” ~ NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University will host the 2017 William E. Colby Military Writers’ Symposium on Wednesday and...