Memorial Day in Washington, D.C., is an unforgettable way to remember

Yohem, Roger
May 2012
Inside Tucson Business;5/25/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 52, p21
The author discusses the commemoration of the Memorial Day in Washington, D.C., which has a purpose of honoring the servicemen in the U.S. Armed Forces defending the freedom of the U.S. He states that the National World War II Memorial was busy with many small family groups searching for specific pillars. He also notes that he and his wife honored their fathers by writing on a patriotic postcard.


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