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Casualties of War: Aid Stations of the First World War


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We are excited to host a program dedicated to discussing the reality of WWI through the eyes of the thousands of American soldiers that became wounded during combat. Living history programmers will be manning our WWI Aid Station where visitors will be able to see the sights and sounds of a front-line aid station. Accompanying the living history display will be a program which will utilize WWI period film and photographs that illustrate the reality many American soldiers faced when injured. Visitors will also be provided with WWI coffee, tea, and bread while taking part in the program.

The cost for this program is $10 for adults 13 and older and FREE for children 12 and under. There is limited spaces available for this program and it is recommended that all participants interested pre-register on the link below.