In 2006 the National World War I Museum was opened in Kansas City, Missouri, as a commemoration to those who served in the First World War.

Two expansive interactive tables engage groups in diverse activities that reveal the strategic and technological aspects of the Great War as well as its cultural and political legacies.

Two animated map presentations break down the complex military strategies and sequences of every major battle of World War I.

As visitors arrive at the National World War I Museum they confront the faces of men and women of the Great War who are identified and interpreted in these media installations.

Interactive stations installed in a World War I memorial help audiences understand the symbolism of the art and architecture that surrounds them.