A very special traveling museum, dedicated to World War One, is making a one day only stop in Fort Worth today.

The saying goes “those that do not remember the past, are condemned to repeat it”

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World War One began over 100 years ago and with seventeen million deaths it ranks as one of the deadliest human conflicts in history.

The World War One 100th Anniversary Traveling Museum is dedicated to the brave souls that fought and died in that war and it’s open today only in Fort Worth.

“It’s such a unique exhibit, we think it’s going to be something of high interest to the residents” said The Stayton at Museum Way Senior Living Community Executive Director Scott Polzin.

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The World War One 100th Anniversary Mobile Museum is on display today at The Stayton at Museum Way in Fort Worth.

JD Ryan  is Around Town and behind the scenes of this incredible piece of history.

Details: The Stayton at Museum Way www.thestayton.com

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