Seating was segregated, and the ceremony's only Black speaker was forced to drastically revise his speech to avoid spreading "propaganda"
One sculptor and his team of artists take on the epic project of conveying the century-old conflict through a massive bronze installation
The space's central feature, a 60-foot-long wall of remembrance, remains unfinished
Paul Thek's haunting sculpture looks beyond the pomp of traditional battle memorials
Taking 'Best in Show' at the Northern Plains Tribal Art Show, the 2002 beadwork tableau is held in the collections of the American Indian Museum
Americans have erected countless monuments to wars gone by. But how do we pay tribute to the fallen in a conflict that might never end?
These cemeteries, memorials and museums around the world remember the millions who died in the Great War