National World War I Museum volunteer Don Turrentine (center) gave Nancy Carter (right) a lesson on the events of June 1914 with help from a sign held by Angel Kailus on Saturday.
National World War I Museum volunteer Don Turrentine (center) gave Nancy Carter (right) a lesson on the events of June 1914 with help from a sign held by Angel Kailus on Saturday. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
National World War I Museum volunteer Don Turrentine (center) gave Nancy Carter (right) a lesson on the events of June 1914 with help from a sign held by Angel Kailus on Saturday. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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