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Bells of Peace

Bells of Peace

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On November 11, 2018 @ 11:00am
Americans across the nation will toll bells
in remembrance of those who served and sacrificed.

This year it will mark the centennial of the end of World War I.

More than 26, 000 men and women from the State of Connecticut served selflessly and honorably in the
“War to End all Wars”.¬† Over 1,900 of those who left Connecticut to serve in the war would never return.

Join the Norwalk Historical Society and these great organizations and #TollTheBell

Venue

Mill Hill Historic Park – Town House

2 East Wall Street

Norwalk, CT

 

 

About the Bells of Peace and Connecticut State Library’s World War One Project

BELLS OF PEACE is an initiative that began in 2014 by the Society of the Honor Guard and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. This initiative is co-led by the Washington National Cathedral, and sponsored by the World War I Centennial Commission. The program is designed to commemorate the service and sacrifice of those who served in World War I, and all veterans.

Over the past four years the Connecticut State Library’s community archiving project, Remembering World War One, has digitized and is cataloging over 4,000 letters, photos and other WWI documents brought to the State Library. These items were collected from over 40 State Library sponsored WWI Digitization Days held at libraries, museums and community centers around the state. Through this effort the State Library has collected details of more than 450 people who served in some capacity in WWI.&#a0;For more about the Remembering World War One project go to: https://ctinworldwar1.org/