Stories and News of the Hawaii WWI Commemoration
Find the stories of Hawaii’s participation in WWI and information about the event held on November 11, 2018 here. There was a full day of activities from a respectful ceremony, historic displays to concerts, films, flyovers and fireworks.
Waikiki’s Natatorium is a monument to the Great War, and now it has a new Centennial Memorial Plaque
As seen on KITV. View HERE. Waikiki's Natatorium is a monument to the Great War, and now it has a new Centennial Memorial Plaque marking the 100th year anniversary of the end of World War I. The plaque was unveiled at
As the United States prepares to commemorate the Centennial of World War One, we look back a century ago to a moment in history when America was a declared neutral as war waged in the European and Pacific Theaters.
Honolulu Memorial Day Parade 1918. Extract from the Hawaiian Gazette, May 31, 1918. Honolulu paid tribute the Nation's soldier and sailor dead with a spectacular military pageant followed by Memorial Day exercises at the Nuuanu cemetery….by the…outpouring of tens
With the sinking of the Azuma, Hawaii took the war 'personally'. The Japan - Hawaii ties became much closer.
Japan will Honor Remains of Ambassador. A mark of Japanese involvement with Hawaii in WWI.
Help us spread the word. The event is days away! The most recent flyer for the Hawaii World War I Centennial, Sunday November 11, 2018 at the Natatorium War Memorial can be downloaded HERE .