Special Online Presentation of the Nat. WWI Memorial in Washington DC

Note this special event tomorrow that is brought to us by World War One Centennial Commission.


WWI Webinar Series

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April 03, 2020  •  Virtual Tour of the National WWI Memorial in Washington D.C. & Construction Update

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Virtual Tour of the National WWI Memorial in Washington D.C. & Construction Update


This is a great opportunity to get an insider perspective on this important project. We are practicing all CDC Covid-19 protocols and are fortunate to be able to continue to build the Memorial in our Nation’s Capital to honor our WWI Veterans  for generations to come.

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Walkthrough with Lead Designer

You’ll meet Joe Weishaar, lead designer for the memorial whose international design competition entry was selected from 360 entries. Joe will walk you through the approved design.

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Free Keepsake Design Document
You’ll receive a digital copy of an 80-page design document that tells you everything about the Memorial.


Construction Update From The Field

Meredith Carr, Deputy Director of the U.S. World War One Centennial Commission will moderate a conversation with the construction team. You’ll hear about the progress made and the challenges under the current  coronavirus crisis.

We have a live high resolution camera to take you to the site, and time lapse images to show you progress.

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“A Soldier’s Journey”

Learn about the giant bronze sculpture called “A Soldier’s Journey” being created by master sculptor Sabin Howard. You’ll get the whole story through a 13 minutes documentary film about it.

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