The Great War in Poems and Letters: Reading the Words of World War I Soldiers

Township of Ocean Historical Museum

Sunday afternoon at 4May 20, 2018

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Join us in the Richmond Gallery of the Museum, amid a major World War I exhibit, to hear and reflect on the voices of those who fought. We’ll read poetry and letters that tell of moving, remarkable experiences. You are welcome to bring along and read any first-hand accounts you may have. Free admission. Refreshments. Sign up online or call Lois Kiely (732-531-4648) for details.

American Alan Seeger fought with the French Foreign Legion and wrote the iconic WWI poem, “Rendezvous with Death.” He died in battle July 4, 1916.