Honoring the Fallen

Meade, Eishaw
May 2005
Soldiers;May2005, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p26
Reports that since the beginning of American history many men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom. Construction of memorials for soldiers who died in service; Renaming of streets in their honor; Tributes of families, friends and comrades across the country.


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