Local

July 29, 2014 7:19 PM

World War I Museum urges people to mark war’s centennial by reading classics

The museum and the Kansas City Public Library are encouraging people to read the novel “All Quiet on the Western Front” by Erich Remarque and the nonfiction work “The Guns of August” by Barbara W. Tuchman. The collaboration, titled Great War/Great Read, features a series of public programs that will continue through October. It begins at 1 p.m. Sunday at the museum at Liberty Memorial.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Independence woman jumps out of a Wendy's drive-through window to fight customers 0:50

Independence woman jumps out of a Wendy's drive-through window to fight customers

Grayden Lane Denham charged in quadruple homicide in Platte County 3:07

Grayden Lane Denham charged in quadruple homicide in Platte County

Parole opposed for killer of Kansas City, Kan., police detective 2:04

Parole opposed for killer of Kansas City, Kan., police detective

Two Kansas City police cars involved in injury wreck 0:55

Two Kansas City police cars involved in injury wreck

Gunshots hit KCATA bus 0:29

Gunshots hit KCATA bus

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signs sex trafficking law 1:56

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signs sex trafficking law

Armed man ends six-hour standoff 1:08

Armed man ends six-hour standoff

Police make arrest following high-speed pursuit 0:36

Police make arrest following high-speed pursuit

Mother of Grayden Denham speaks after court hearing 0:53

Mother of Grayden Denham speaks after court hearing

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos