The World War I Monument, one of the lesser known memorials in the District, is nestled near the Korean War Memorial on the National Mall, right across from the Martin Luther King Jr. monument.
South Africans commemorated the bloodiest battle in the country’s history that of Delville Wood in WWI, in various locations around the country, attended by both serving members of the military and veterans organisations.
Some families have old Army artillery shells laying around their home, using them for anything from decorations to doorstops. The Canadian Forces would like those families to know what they may think is a dud could be a risk to their families.
Memorial for District of Columbia residents that served in WWI; this was taken in 2008 prior to a big renovation project that was completed in Nov. 2011. It was hidden behind overgrown bushes and trees.