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Item #: 10514
Our Price: $39.95


Join the Virginia Museum of History and Culture on Thursday, February 22nd, 12:00pm1:00pm, for a Banner Lecture by Lynn Rainville.

• All books ordered before Thursday, February 22nd will be signed by the author. (sorry, no personalizations). 

• Orders will be charged as they are placed, however books will not ship until after the signing, in order to have each book signed.

 • If you would like to pick up your order in the Museum Shop during the signing, please select the “In Store Pick Up” option when on the Select Shipping Method page during check-out.


by Lynn Rainville

Virginia played an important role during World War I, supplying the Allied forces with food, horses and steel in 1915 and 1916. After America entered the war in 1917, Virginians served in numerous military and civilian roles--Red Cross nurses, sailors, shipbuilders, pilots, stenographers and domestic gardeners. More than 100,000 were drafted--more than 3600 lost their lives. Almost every city and county lost men and women to the war. The author details the state's manifold contributions to the war effort and presents a study of monuments erected after the war.

277 pages, softcover, ISBN 978-1476671925, McFarland, 2018.