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Slovakian war memorial | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Slovakian war memorial | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

My children WILL understand the sacrifices their forefathers made so they can enjoy the freedoms they now take for granted.    Vimy Ridge.  Canadian WW1 memorial

My children WILL understand the sacrifices their forefathers made so they can enjoy the freedoms they now take for granted. Vimy Ridge. Canadian WW1 memorial

Piaristický kostel sv.Ladislava Nitra, Slovakia

Piaristický kostel sv.Ladislava Nitra, Slovakia

Terchova, Slovakia

Terchova, Slovakia

The Wilson Mausoleum at Woodlawn Cemetery is a fine example of stripped down Art Deco. The granite memorial was designed by William Henry Deacy in 1939. Mrs. Wilson had previously been married to one of the Dodge brothers, whose memorial is next to this one.

The Wilson Mausoleum at Woodlawn Cemetery is a fine example of stripped down Art Deco. The granite memorial was designed by William Henry Deacy in 1939. Mrs. Wilson had previously been married to one of the Dodge brothers, whose memorial is next to this one.

War Memorial, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

War Memorial, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

more... Monuments scattered throughout villages and rural landscapes in the former Yugoslavia. They are unbelievable.

more... Monuments scattered throughout villages and rural landscapes in the former Yugoslavia. They are unbelievable.

The Tear Drop Monument was donated by the Russian people in tribute to those lost on 9/11. The names of those lost are inscribed in the base similar to the Vietnam Wall in DC. The walkway is lined with stones donated by those in remembrance of this day. The site is directly across from the Statue of Liberty, and looking at that skyline, you truly do see what's missing.

The Tear Drop Monument was donated by the Russian people in tribute to those lost on 9/11. The names of those lost are inscribed in the base similar to the Vietnam Wall in DC. The walkway is lined with stones donated by those in remembrance of this day. The site is directly across from the Statue of Liberty, and looking at that skyline, you truly do see what's missing.

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