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World War I on the Virginia Peninsula is the first comprehensive pictorial history documenting the events that occured on the Virginia Peninsula during the war that was fought, as President Woodrow Wilson advised, to "save the world for Democracy." In nearly 200 compelling photographs from local museums, archives, and private collections, this volume vividly documents the places people, and industries that framed the community's wartime experience.
Author John V. Quarstein is the director of the Virginia War Museum. With the assistance of photographic editors Sarah Goldberger, J. Michael Moore, and Tim Smith, he has created a lasting tribute that explores the Virginia Peninsula's amazing war record and its profound influence on the community's future.