Sunday, October 7 at 11 AM – 4 PM, the Samuel H. Young American Legion Post 620 is holding a ceremony to honor the memory of the post’s namesake to mark the centennial of his death in France. The post … Read the rest
The John M. Perry American Legion Post #1044 is holding a ceremony July 28 to honor the memory of the post’s namesake on the centennial of his death near Belleau, France. The post is inviting reenactors to participate in the … Read the rest
The centennial of World War I will be recalled with a living history day inside the landmarked New York Transit Museum with classic wooden cars that were on the tracks when the Doughboys fought in WWI. Come see living history, … Read the rest
The Great War exhibition at Fort Mott State Park, Pennsville, New Jersey, was held on May 5, 2018. The park and the USS Olympia crew organized the event. The public was able to see U.S. and Allied impressions in … Read the rest
The East Coast Doughboys are invited to the Ninth Annual In Flanders Fields Memorial. The ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 24th at 10:00 AM at the Clinton War Memorial at DeWitt Clinton Park on the corner of 52nd … Read the rest
On Tuesday, April 10th Orange County Historian Johanna Yaun will be hosting a special behind-the-scenes tour of the West Point Museum’s World War I collections with arms curator Les Jensen.
The tour will take place at 4:00 PM. Afterwards … Read the rest
On 16 March the East Coast Doughboys and the New Jersey Field Music Group were the invited guests to attend the opening of Journey’s End, the new WWI drama directed by Saul Dibb. The ECD and NJFMG met in … Read the rest
East Coast Doughboys member Randal Gaulke and author Robert Laplander announced today they are leading a tour to France in October. Randal has been running Meuse-Argonne.com and Robert is an expert on the Lost Battalion.
The news from Meuse-Argonne.com: … Read the rest
Our second annual swap meet and sale, held once again at the Sam Young American Legion Post in the Bronx, was a success. We drew around 50, slightly less than last year. We had a great time and a lot … Read the rest
We had a fantastic time with the Long Island Living History Association at the Museum of American Armor on February 25. There were 15 reenactors representing American, French, and German forces. Thanks to the public that came out, and to … Read the rest