'Always Remembered' - The Vietnam Wall in Washington DC. I've seen this wall in person, but I have to say even in print, it still brings me to tears. There's a person behind every name.......... RIP and THANK YOU FOR YOUR BRAVERY!
Vietnam Veterans Memorial (USA). The opposite of DC’s white, gleaming marble, the black, low-lying Vietnam memorial cuts into the earth, just as the Vietnam War cut into the national psyche. The monument shows the names of the war’s 58,267 fatalities – listed in the order they died – along a dark, reflective wall.
The wall - book recommendation from Laura Candler's Corkboard Connections blog: This is an excellent book to read to students when discussing Veteran's Day. You can click on the book image for reviews and more information.
Vietnam War Memorial by William Yager. Description: Soldier marching into a granite slab, set in a memorial garden Caption: This Memorial commemorates the 280 men who gave their lives for freedom, and to educate future generations about their experiences, sacrifices, and to aid in healing for all those left behind. A steel bollard is dedicated to each man.