National World War I Memorial Opens in D.C. (photos)

April 17, 2021

The District welcomed its newest national monument on Friday, April 16, with a solemn ceremony and a flag raising.

Equines in the Great War

July 11, 2019

Join us to hear Dr. Chuck Caramello, Professor at the University of Maryland and one of NSLM’s John H. Daniels Fellows, discuss the triumphs and losses of equines in WWI […]

Profs & Pints: Spies Everywhere!

February 4, 2019

Profs and Pints presents: “Spies Everywhere!” a look at Washington’s World War I spy panic, with Mark Benbow, associate professor of history at Marymount University. As America got pulled into […]

Profs & Pints: Was Fighting World War I a Grave Mistake?

November 11, 2018

Profs and Pints presents: “Was Fighting World War I a Grave Mistake?” with Michael Kazin, professor of history at Georgetown University, co-editor of Dissent magazine, and author of War Against […]

World War I at Tudor Place

November 6, 2018

During the war, Armistead Peter 3rd was stationed in Washington. He would go on to combat in World War II, returning to Georgetown, where he established the foundation that now oversees Tudor Place.

In the Footsteps of WWI Soldiers in France

July 11, 2018

Bastille Day, July 14, is a time to reflect on the enduring friendship between France and our country and on the revolutions that gave them birth — often with a […]

Remembering WWI on Memorial Day

May 24, 2018

Dubbed the Great War or — hopefully but naively — the “War to End All Wars,” World War I changed America, as it had everything and everybody else.