Purple Heart Hall of Honor

May 2006
PN;May2006, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p70
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The article reports on the opening of the first phase of the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor at the New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site in New York in 2006. The facility, which will include a visitor center and a museum, will serve as a tribute for over 800,000 recipients of the Purple Heart medal and the services they have rendered to the U.S.


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