Sep 05, 2019 2019-09-05
The National WWI Museum and Memorial is dedicated to remembering, interpreting, and understanding the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community. In addition to interpreting the history of World War I, the Museum and Memorial encourages public involvement and informed decision-making by providing exhibitions and educational programs that engage diverse audiences, as well as collecting and preserving historical materials. Visitors to the website can journey through the story of the Great War using an Interactive WWI Timeline that covers the world events of 1914–1920. The website also provides a wealth of resources for educators and students, including a searchable database of primary source documents, lesson plans, articles, videos, and more from institutions including the National Archives, Library of Congress, Stanford History Education Group, HISTORY®, and many others, as well as lesson plans and educational activities created by the National WWI Museum and Memorial. In addition, the Museum and Memorial offers live streaming of select special events and lectures taking place in the Museum’s auditorium. All live streams and archived videos can be found on the Museum’s YouTube channel.