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not unless they were dependents check with Veterans Administration
The idea of the World War 2 Memorial was introduced to Congress in 1987 by Representative Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) at the suggestion of World War II veteran Roger Dubin.
If he was a War Veteran, then he would be a World War 1 Veteran.
john rodgers was the youngest veteran in world war 2
Yes there is a world war i memorial
Erich Kästner - World War I veteran - died in 2008.
The most well-known Memorial in the world is the Lincoln Memorial. The Lincoln Memorial is located in Washington DC in the United States of America. The Lincoln Memorial is known throughout the world.
World Memorial Hall was created in 1984.
The cast of No Unwounded Soldiers - 2007 includes: Frank Attruia as Vietnam veteran Grace Bell as World War II veteran Edward Borucki as World War II veteran George LaBounty as Vietnam veteran Mary Lou Lauricella as Drama Therapist Lewis Mungo as Vietnam veteran Al Perrault as Vietnam veteran Janet Rilance as Sister of Vietnam veteran Robert Timmins as Iraq veteran
the answer to that question is the world war II memorial
Erich Kästner - World War I veteran - was born on 1900-03-10.
The last veteran of World War 1 died on February 27, 2011.
World War Memorial Stadium was created in 1926.
World War Memorial Library was created in 1897.
There are dozens, if not hundreds of memorials in Washington, DC. * Jefferson Memorial * Lincoln Memorial * Vietnam Memorial * World War 2 Memorial
The National World War ll Memorial
Which war memorial? There are thousands of them around the world.
The World War 2 Memorial in Washington DC is a memorial. It is not a tomb. No one is buried there.
The World War II memorial is on the National Mall in Washington, DC between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial.
Medgar Evers (1925-1963), an African American civil rights activist and World War II veteran.
Indiana World War Memorial Plaza was created in 1965.
National World War II Memorial was created in 2004.
Washington DC is the home of the WWII memorial.
No, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, World War II Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and DC World War I Memorial are all dedicated to servicemen and servicewomen.