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The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission was created by an Act of Congress in 2013. Members of the 12-member Commission were appointed by the President and the leaders of the Senate and the House of Representatives, as well as the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the National World War I Museum. All four living former Presidents have agreed to serve the commission as honorary chairmen.
The Commission’s mission is to plan, develop, and execute programs, projects and activities to commemorate the Centennial of World War I (WWI).
The Commission will use the Centennial as a timely and essential opportunity to educate the country’s citizens about the causes, courses and consequences of the war; to honor the heroism and sacrifice of those Americans who served; and to commemorate through public programs and initiatives the centennial of this global event.
Roads to the Great War is an extensive collection of articles, photos, that has been chronicling points of interest in regard to the WW1 Centennial since 2013. It is part of the Worldwar1.com family of websites and periodicals. Roads to the Great War is produced by an editorial team, that includes: Michael Hanlon, Kimball Worcester, David Beer, Tony Langley, Donna Wagner, and Diane Rooney. They have invitied other WWI historians, enthusiasts, and collectors to contribute to Roads.
The official website of the World War One Historical Association consisting of articles, photos, research tools, links, blog, and more. They are based in California.
Home Before the Leaves Fall is a multi-institutional project highlighting materials and resources on the Great War, with articles curated by individual scholars and experts guiding readers through the many threads that weave materials into a narrative tapestry, while social media spotlighting newly digitized content, creative and educational use of materials, and news of other Great War commemorations.
The goal of WW1Doughboys.com is to bring an awareness of the atmosphere, issues, and tools specific to the U. S. Soldier in World War One through a number of blog categories, that discuss their successes, culture and environment, and to dispel misconceptions about the war and the part the AEF (American Expeditionary Force) played in it, and by providing articles that relate the music and humor of the American Doughboy. WW1Doughboys.com is a California based website.