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War room: New military exhibit at Fulton County Museum filled with memorabilia (with photo gallery)

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A visitor to the Fulton County Museum's new military exhibit steps immediately into the World War I section where sandbags and barbed wire convey the images of trench warfare. The sandbags frame a large glass display case presenting memorabilia from some of the county's own Doughboys. Much of the army-issue equipment belonged to Charles Newham, who survived a German gas attack. His gas mask along with his helmet, canteen, shaving kit and belt are on ...


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