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From the  April 16, 2021 "First Colors Ceremony" at the National WWI Memorial in Washington, D.C.
An insider tour of the new National WWI Memorial in Washington, D.C. for tour guides, travel planners, volunteers and interested visitors
Join us on Friday May 14, 2021 at 10am PT / 1pm ET for an exclusive insider tour of the new Memorial that opened to the public on April 17, 2021.

Get ready for Memorial Day with insights to Washington, D.C.'s newest War Memorial
We will present you with:

> Photo essays and video of the Memorial

> Background and History of the location

> The Story of how the WWI Memorial went from concept to opening

> Tour of design features and insider tidbits

> How the Memorial speaks to the history of WWI

AND SPECIAL TOOLS

The WWI Memorial APPs
The WWI Memorial Visitor Guide: For use when at the Memorial
The WWI Memorial Virtual explorer: To bring the Memorial into any classroom, living room or outdoor space
How WWI Changed America: A downloadable web site on the social and cultural impact of WWI

Hosted by Theo Mayer, Chief Technologist, US WWI Centennial Commission / Doughboy Foundation
Pre-recorded insights from:
Dan Dayton, Executive Director, WWI Centennial Commission / Chairman, Doughboy Foundation
Edwin Fountain, American Battle Monuments Commission
And other special guests...

May 14, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Dan Dayton
Executive Director, WWI Centennial Commission & Chairman, Doughboy Foundation
Appearing by pre-recorded video
Edwin Fountain
General Counsel @American Battle Monuments Commission
Appearing by pre-recorded video
Theo Mayer
Chief Technologist @WWI Centennial Commission / Doughboy Foundation
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