Our Young Remember Part II

US Entry into Great War commemorated by 4 to 15-year-olds
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In an effort to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of World War One, Military Trader asked kids, ages 4-15, to create a piece of art related to the “War to End All Wars.” In exchange, we sent each artist a 2017 Military Vehicles Magazine Collectors Edition calendar.

We are proud of all of the kids who sat down to create a piece of commemorative art. It is our hope that each creation helps others to recall the commitment and sacrifice of the 4.7 million men and women who served our nation during that conflict.

Part I can be seen at https://www.militarytrader.com/military-trader/our-young-remember

Here are a few of the drawings:

 “British and German Commander from WWI,” by Asher Richter, age 11

“British and German Commander from WWI,” by Asher Richter, age 11

 “The Battle of Monte Groppe,” by Connor Wilson, age 13.

“The Battle of Monte Groppe,” by Connor Wilson, age 13.

 “The American Minefield,” Heath Newman, age 9

“The American Minefield,” Heath Newman, age 9

 “World War I Bombing Scene,” by Trent Leonard, 6th Grade

“World War I Bombing Scene,” by Trent Leonard, 6th Grade

 Sixth Grader Ben Wunrow created a combat scene that includes a very detailed Mark V rhomboid tank.

Sixth Grader Ben Wunrow created a combat scene that includes a very detailed Mark V rhomboid tank.

 Okay, so Tyler Mantz may have confused his World Wars with his drawing titled, “Jeep,” but he is just 4-1/2 years old and can make a better looking Jeep than most of us!

Okay, so Tyler Mantz may have confused his World Wars with his drawing titled, “Jeep,” but he is just 4-1/2 years old and can make a better looking Jeep than most of us!

 “WWI,” by Drew Lewallen, 6th Grade

“WWI,” by Drew Lewallen, 6th Grade

 “WWI Trench Scene,” by Camille Schoenberg, 6th Grade

“WWI Trench Scene,” by Camille Schoenberg, 6th Grade

 “T’s WWI Tank,” by Trinity Yank, 6th Grade

“T’s WWI Tank,” by Trinity Yank, 6th Grade

 “WWI Trench Warfare,” by Sixth Grader Shirley Delvalle Chavez.

“WWI Trench Warfare,” by Sixth Grader Shirley Delvalle Chavez.

 “Warfare of WWI,” by Joe Quisler, Sixth Grade.

“Warfare of WWI,” by Joe Quisler, Sixth Grade.

 Collin Hall, a Sixth Grader, drew this side view of a French FT tank.

Collin Hall, a Sixth Grader, drew this side view of a French FT tank.

 “Gas Mask,” by Ava James, Sixth Grade.

“Gas Mask,” by Ava James, Sixth Grade.

 “WWI Plane Crash,” by Jacob Ebel, Sixth Grade.

“WWI Plane Crash,” by Jacob Ebel, Sixth Grade.

 “WWI Soldier in a Gas Mask,” by Nicole Marki, 6th Grade

“WWI Soldier in a Gas Mask,” by Nicole Marki, 6th Grade

 “WWI War Craft,” by Shane Plaski, 6th Grade

“WWI War Craft,” by Shane Plaski, 6th Grade

 “The End of World War 1,” by Alli Bena, Sixth Grade.

“The End of World War 1,” by Alli Bena, Sixth Grade.

 “WWI Machine Gun,” by Caley Ulrich, 6th Grade

“WWI Machine Gun,” by Caley Ulrich, 6th Grade

 “I Want You for the Navy,” by Allie Wisinski, 6th Grade.

“I Want You for the Navy,” by Allie Wisinski, 6th Grade.

 Soldier Mourning a Friend,” by Rose Coleman, Sixth Grade.

Soldier Mourning a Friend,” by Rose Coleman, Sixth Grade.

 “World War 1 Trenches,” by Ava Engebretson, Sixth Grade.

“World War 1 Trenches,” by Ava Engebretson, Sixth Grade.

 “For the US Army: Enlist Now,” by Sylvia Tepp, 6th Grade

“For the US Army: Enlist Now,” by Sylvia Tepp, 6th Grade