World War II Memorial Photos

World War II Memorial

 Rachel Cooper

The World War II Memorial, the newest monument on the National Mall in Washington DC, is a beautiful place to visit and pay your respects to World War II veterans. Read more about the World War II Memorial.

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Another View of the World War II Memorial

Photo © Rachel Cooper, licensed to About.com, Inc.

The World War II Memorial, the newest monument on the National Mall in Washington DC, is a beautiful place to visit and pay your respects to World War II veterans. Read more about the World War II Memorial.

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Fountain Closeup

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Full View of World War II Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial

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The World War II Memorial is in front of the Lincoln Memorial. Read more about the World War II Memorial.

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Pacific Tower

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The World War II Memorial has two 43-foot arches, representing the war's Atlantic and Pacific theaters. This is the Pacific side. Read more about the World War II Memorial.

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Atlantic Tower

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The World War II Memorial has two 43-foot arches, representing the war's Atlantic and Pacific theaters. This is the Atlantic side. Read more about the World War II Memorial.

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Stars

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The Freedom Wall’s 4,000 gold stars honor the more than 400,000 Americans who gave their lives in World War II. Read more about the World War II Memorial.

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Quote of Harry S. Truman

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The words of Harry S. Truman are a reminder of the tragic years of World War II.

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Remembering D-Day

Photo courtesy of the National Park Service

As a part of the World War II Memorial in Washington DC, these words are in honor of D-Day, June 6, 1944.

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World War II Memorial

Photo courtesy of the National Park Service

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