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September 19, 2018
Submitted photo EBERTS FIELD: A pilot with a microphone receiving helmet and power generated radio telephone at Eberts Field near Lonoke, circa 1918. Established in 1917, Eberts Field was one of the leading training centers for aviators during World War I. Image from the collections of the Arkansas State Archives.

Submitted photo EBERTS FIELD: A pilot with a microphone receiving helmet and power generated radio telephone at Eberts Field near Lonoke, circa 1918. Established in 1917, Eberts Field was one of the leading training centers for aviators during World War I. Image from the collections of the Arkansas State Archives.

Fordyce to host WWI exhibit

By staff reports
This article was published February 16, 2018 at 4:00 a.m.

Hot Springs National Park will host "The Great War: Arkansas in World War I," a free traveling exhibit that tells the story of the state's role during the "war to end all wars" at home and on the battlefields, beginning next week.

Submitted photo RED CROSS: An American Red Cross nursing class in Leslie, circa 1918. The Red Cross was instrumental in providing health care and supp...

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