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WWI | Beyond the Front Lines | Knights of Columbus Museum | Start of the first world war

World War I

Historical exhibition with images, artifacts and interactives, including a full-scale replica trench overlooking 'No-man's land.' Suitable for all ages. Groups welcome. April 6, 2017-December 30, 2018

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Peace on Earth | Crèche | Knights of Columbus Museum | Christmas tree contest

Christmas

More than a decoration or simple representation of the biblical event, the crèche unites people inspiring peace and harmony despite global differences. Groups welcome. November 18, 2016-February 19, 2018

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Knights of Columbus Museum | Museum exhibit | Columbia

Permanent Collection

These galleries uniquely appeal to Knights of Columbus and those interested in the history and achievements of the international organization founded in 1882 by Father Michael J. McGivney.

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Free Public Lecture: World War I & Irish Independence Free Public Lecture: World War I & Irish Independence

Free Public Lecture: World War I & Irish Independence Free Public Lecture: World War I & Irish Independence Free Public Lecture: World War I & Irish Independence Free Public Lecture: World War I & Irish Independence Free Public Lecture: World War I & Irish Independence

Presented by John Day Tully, history professor at Central Connecticut State University, the talk will examine the impact of World War I on Ireland and how it accelerated nationalists’ timetable in the struggle for independence from the United Kingdom. At a time when many Irishmen volunteered with the British Army, others organized the 1916 Irish Rebellion (Easter Rising). Dr. Tully will explore the Irish responses to the war as well as Irish-American efforts to support Irish independence during the conflict.

Saturday, February 24, at 2 p.m.

Presented by John Day Tully, history professor at Central Connecticut State University, the talk will examine the impact of World War I on Ireland and how it accelerated nationalists’ timetable in the struggle for independence from the United Kingdom. At a time when many Irishmen volunteered with the British Army, others organized the 1916 Irish Rebellion (Easter Rising). Dr. Tully will explore the Irish responses to the war as well as Irish-American efforts to support Irish independence during the conflict.

Saturday, February 24, at 2 p.m.

Presented by John Day Tully, history professor at Central Connecticut State University, the talk will examine the impact of World War I on Ireland and how it accelerated nationalists’ timetable in the struggle for independence from the United Kingdom. At a time when many Irishmen volunteered with the British Army, others organized the 1916 Irish Rebellion (Easter Rising). Dr. Tully will explore the Irish responses to the war as well as Irish-American efforts to support Irish independence during the conflict.

Saturday, February 24, at 2 p.m.

Presented by John Day Tully, history professor at Central Connecticut State University, the talk will examine the impact of World War I on Ireland and how it accelerated nationalists’ timetable in the struggle for independence from the United Kingdom. At a time when many Irishmen volunteered with the British Army, others organized the 1916 Irish Rebellion (Easter Rising). Dr. Tully will explore the Irish responses to the war as well as Irish-American efforts to support Irish independence during the conflict.

Saturday, February 24, at 2 p.m.

Presented by John Day Tully, history professor at Central Connecticut State University, the talk will examine the impact of World War I on Ireland and how it accelerated nationalists’ timetable in the struggle for independence from the United Kingdom. At a time when many Irishmen volunteered with the British Army, others organized the 1916 Irish Rebellion (Easter Rising). Dr. Tully will explore the Irish responses to the war as well as Irish-American efforts to support Irish independence during the conflict.

Saturday, February 24, at 2 p.m.

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