100th anniversary

Help commemorate 100 years since the Great War started. The National World War I Museum and Fold3 have collaborated to help the nation preserve and remember the courage, honor, sacrifice and valiant efforts that led to the end of the world's first global conflict.

How to help

Always remember and never forget

  1. The National World War I Museum is making a historical collection of unique and identified World War I portrait photographs available on Fold3.
  2. Discover where your family fits in this story and share your ancestor's memories, photos, and stories to help us remember and honor those who fought for America.

    Find your World War I hero

  3. Help others discover the story. Over the next four years, the National World War I Museum will educate 1,000,000 students about the Great War and its enduring impact during the Centennial. Remembrance begins with discovering. You can help the Museum reach students across the country. Your charitable gift ensures that children will never forget the heroic Americans who brought an end to World War I. We invite you to join with us and the National World War I Museum in reaching 1,000,000 students across the country.

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Featured World War I Pages

Lieutenant Harold Furlong See page
Corporal John L. Barkley See page
Corporal Vernon Coffey See page
Sergeant M. Waldo Hatler See page
Nurse Emma Rose Graff See page
Robert W. Mairs See page
Private William T. Blackburn See page
Major J. H. Cabaniss See page
Ruth Emory See page
Major John Farmer See page
Seaman 2nd Class Sam Carlson See page