World War II Memorial

National memorial to American soldiers who served in the armed forces or as civilians in the Second World War. Founded in 2002, Is 56 granite columns a height of 5 m, and a pair of small triumphal arches. On each pillar engraved with the name of the state
Address: West Potomac Park, Washington D.C.
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  • Amy, 04-07-2013

    Go see the memorial at sunset when it's all lit up and you can see the sun setting behind the Lincoln memorial. It's absolutely incredible!

  • Jason, 16-05-2013

    Bring a wide angle lens this place is huge but beautiful

  • DAV - Disabled American Veterans, 05-03-2013

    By Sept. 2, 1945, when Japanese signed the Instrument of Surrender, 671,000 Americans had come home wounded. DAV was there for them then just as DAV is here now for those injured and ill. #DAVpromises

  • Nancy, 28-06-2012

    This is my great-grandfather, who is a WWII vet, standing in front of the memorial. He is 98 1/2. He thought the memorial was great.

  • HISTORY, 27-06-2012

    This memorial, dedicated in 2004, honors the 16 million Americans who served in the armed forces during World War II (1939-45).

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