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Bells of Peace 2022
Bells of Peace 2022 is launched with people and organizations all over signing up to participate. There will be 11am ceremonies all over the country including at the National WWI Memorial in Washington, D.C..
Now in its 5th year, tens of thousands have remembered those who served in WWI. It is a fitting kick off for Veterans Day remembrances anywhere.
No bell? No Problem! We even have an App for that.

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Summer 2022 - Rush Hour Concert series
SUMMER 2022
It's an exciting time at the World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C. - Participate in Daily Taps, view special events, and learn about new initiatives.
Starting June 30th through September there will be "Rush Hour Concerts" by "Pershing's Own" US Army Band at the WWI Memorial most Thursday (weather permitting).

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The WWI Memorial Construction in a minute.
As this video reveals, building the National WWI Memorial was monumental in its own right. It was accomplished during a raging global pandemic with its associated challenges of supply chain, labor and safety.
This video salutes all those whose dedication, sweat, and toil went into realizing this tribute to our Doughboys and all those who served in the name of Liberty and Freedom just over a century ago.

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First Colors Ceremony
On April 16, 2021, we celebrated the Inaugural Raising of the Flag of the United States of America over the newly constructed National World War I Memorial site in Washington, DC. with an live broadcast event.

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Who We Are
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The Doughboy Foundation

The Foundation supports and encourages planning and execution of programs, projects, and activities commemorating and educating the public on America's role in World War I, "The War that Changed the World."

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Who We Are
Doughboy Foundation logo
The Doughboy Foundation

The Foundation supports and encourages planning and execution of programs, projects, and activities commemorating and educating the public on America's role in World War I, "The War that Changed the World."

Camp Dixon recruits