Some people in the crowd of the National World War I Commemoration ventured to the ceremony for the sake of history, others to remember loved…
Kansas City has changed dramatically in the last century.
The United States joined the World War 1 on April 6, 1917.
The National World War I Museum and Memorial held the official ceremony commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the United States'…
The acrobatic team of 10 jets made the trip to KC to commemorate the U.S.' entry into World War I 100 years ago.
Frank Buckles, a Bethany, Missouri native, was the longest living WWI veteran.
Thousands will be there Thursday to mark the day the U.S. entered WWI a century ago.
The World War I Museum and Memorial is a staple in Kansas City.
Several organization held a 5k run around the memorial recently to raise awareness for the struggle veterans have when they retire…
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