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World War II Memorial dedication stone. E PLURIBUS UNUM - was chosen by the first Great Seal committee in 1776. The correct English translation is: Out of many, one. The message is carried by the American Eagle. Special thanks to Caroline Wolter and Peter Himler for making this gallery possible.

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World War II Memorial dedication stone. E PLURIBUS UNUM - was chosen by the first Great Seal committee in 1776. The correct English translation is: Out of many, one. The message is carried by the American Eagle. Special thanks to Caroline Wolter and Peter Himler for making this gallery possible.

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Posted by Honor (guest) on Mon 24 May 2010 03:13:55 PM EDT

Bas relief sculpture along the World War II ceremonial entrance.

Name of Artist

The artists name is Ray Kaskey.

Posted by DCpages Staff (guest) on Fri 16 Apr 2010 12:43:57 PM EDT

Bas relief sculpture along the World War II ceremonial entrance.

name of artist

i am do ing a assigment and i need the name

Posted by ace (guest) on Wed 14 Apr 2010 03:37:42 AM EDT

Dedication Stone - WE ARE DETERMINED THAT BEFORE THE SUN SETS ON THIS TERRIBLE STRUGGLE OUR FLAG WILL BE RECOGNIZED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD AS A SYMBOL OF FREEDOM ON THE ONE HAND AND OF OVERWHELMING FORCE ON THE OTHER. - General George C Marshall

and thus begins the path of the United States towards its role as an international oppressor

the domestic path, of course, started with colonization.
freedom on one hand and force on the other? does anyone else see the contradiction?

Posted by sakura (guest) on Tue 15 Dec 2009 04:17:59 PM EST

Dedication Stone - WE ARE DETERMINED THAT BEFORE THE SUN SETS ON THIS TERRIBLE STRUGGLE OUR FLAG WILL BE RECOGNIZED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD AS A SYMBOL OF FREEDOM ON THE ONE HAND AND OF OVERWHELMING FORCE ON THE OTHER. - General George C Marshall

Cool

This is awesome! I loved the World War II Memorial when I visited Washington,D.C.

Posted by Leno (guest) on Thu 28 May 2009 07:20:29 PM EDT

Gentry Davis, Regional Director,
National Park Service, National Capital Region. "So many veterans like myself will recognize the beauty and message of this memorial."

Gentry my brother. You're looking good man. I can't believe in your profile you didn't mention your paper route as being one of the contributing experiences of your life!You were such an explosion of enthusiasim and then, as quickly as you came, you were gone.

Hope this note finds its way to you. kokher@sbcglobal.net

Posted by Kokher Carter (guest) on Sat 11 Oct 2008 08:23:45 AM EDT

West to East View of the World War II Memorial. 4,000 sculpted gold stars on the Freedom Wall. Lincoln Memorial in the background.

Hey Batmam,
chek this out

Posted by Sandra Mayberry (guest) on Sun 27 Jul 2008 09:57:43 AM EDT

World War II Memorial dedication stone. E PLURIBUS UNUM - was chosen by the first Great Seal committee in 1776. The correct English translation is: Out of many, one. The message is carried by the American Eagle. Special thanks to Caroline Wolter and Peter Himler for making this gallery possible.

Nicola

WWII ROCKS!

Posted by Guest on Thu 10 Jan 2008 11:27:02 AM EST

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