The history of World War I covers more than European battles, trenches and mustard gas.
Families in America were impacted in other ways. Besides sending their sons to war, families raised Victory Gardens, purchased war bonds and played patriot songs on the radio.
Dickinson’s Joachim Regional Museum has opened an exhibit titled “Over Here and Over There: World War I in Song and Stereo.”
What was it like? What was it like in the trenches? What was it like in all those places whose names have faded in the dusty recesses of memory, places like Ypres and Gallipoli, Verdun and the Marne? What was it like to fight the war that was supposed to make the world safe for democracy? There's no one left to ask.
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