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Soldiers Monument - Civil War - 'ITS HEROIC DEAD,' Green - Wood Cemetery - Brooklyn, NY - The Civil War Soldiers Monument was dedicated by the City of New York in 1869 to 'ITS HEROIC DEAD,' and to the 148,000 soldiers enlisted for service in the Civil War. The 35-foot-tall granite column stands on 'The Plateau' or 'Battle Hill,' a prominent site on Battle Avenue in Green-Wood Cemetery. The model for this monument is the Calvary Cemetery monument, made by John G. Draddy from a design by ....
"The Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier (sometimes written as Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of American Revolution) is a war memorial located in Washington Square in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It honors the thousands of soldiers who died during the American Revolutionary War, many of whom were buried in mass graves in that park. The memorial was built in 1954 and features an eternal flame and a statue of George Washington gazing toward Independence Hall