Voices From the Great War

Voices from the Great War

Voices From the Great War is an eight-panel traveling exhibition about World War I. Explore the history of World War I, told through the voices of individuals who experienced it. These diverse perspectives provide insights into a war that shattered expectations and propelled the world into the modern era.

Voices from the Great War was curated by MHHE staff and Public History students at Kennesaw State University.

Exhibit Supplements:

New Technologies of World War I Digital Exhibit

Voices From the Great War: Audio Guide


Image: Crowd of German civilians, including children, surrounding a cannon which has a garland hanging from the muzzle (detail). Courtesy Library of Congress.