Voices of World War One

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BISMARCK The words of past North Dakotans are coming to us from a century ago.

The readers theater at the Heritage Center Saturday was made from a collection of letters from the front lines of World War One. The theater aimed to give people an understanding of how life was during the war.

"I feel like I am bringing him back to life in front of all of these people who never knew him and probably will never know him, and now he is here again in a way," said Katherine Stano, Student at University of Mary.

The archives at the Heritage Center are open to the public, anyone can go and take a look at the letters used to make this production.