Steve Paul

January 24, 2014 1:41 PM

Prepare to revisit the war that reshaped the world

Diane Lees, general director of Great Britain’s Imperial War Museums, was surprised by what she found at the Liberty Memorial. She’d imagined the National World War I Museum to be narrowly focused on America’s role in the war but was impressed to discover that it took a much broader view. Her view bodes well for those of us here looking to reconnect with history.

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