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Pearl Harbor Survivors Monument

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Dedicated to those who died – To those who survived the Japanese attack, Dec. 7, 1941 Dedicated by Pearl Harbor Survivors AssociationChapter One  –  Albuquerque. NMDec. 7, 2003   Present in this garden are seven “WW II Memorial Roses.”These roses serve to signify the“Day of Infamy” Dec. 7, 1941 when...
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U.S. Navy Veterans Monument

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Dedicated 7 Dec 2010 To remember Pearl Harbor 7 Dec 1941 U.S. Navy Veteran I have been a US Navy Veteran since 13 Oct 1775.6 of my shipmates have become Presidents of the USA. John F. Kennedy 1961-63Lyndon B. Johnson 1963-69Richard M. Nixon 1969-74Gerald R. Ford 1974-77Jimmy Carter 1977-81George H....
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U.S. Submarine Veterans Monument

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Between 1941 and 1946, more than 3,500 submariners perished — a ratio of about one in four — the highest of any service during World War II. The U.S. Submarine Veterans’ Monument helps us remember and show appreciation to all U.S. submariners and support personnel during World War II. The...
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World War I Kiosk

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In 1916 Pancho Villa raided Columbus, New Mexico with his “Villistas”, who were then pursued relentlessly by a punitive expedition in northern Mexico until February 1917. The story was filled with adventure and intrigue that peaked when a coded German message to the Mexican government was intercepted. It proposed an...
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