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Chosin Reservoir Battle Memorial - Memorial. In a formal ceremony September 15, 2010, US Marine Corps Commandant General James T. Conway dedicated the Korean War battle memorial on the 60th anniversary to the day that the 1st Division Marines from Camp Pendleton landed in Korea. The granite monument is a tribute to the more than 4,400 Marines and US Soldiers whom did not survive in the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir, one of the most brutal battles during the Korean War.

Chosin Reservoir Battle Memorial - Memorial. In a formal ceremony September 15, 2010, US Marine Corps Commandant General James T. Conway dedicated the Korean War battle memorial on the 60th anniversary to the day that the 1st Division Marines from Camp Pendleton landed in Korea. The granite monument is a tribute to the more than 4,400 Marines and US Soldiers whom did not survive in the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir, one of the most brutal battles during the Korean War.

Confederate cemetery for the soldiers who died in the Civil War Battle of Franklin, 1864, Franklin, Tennessee

Confederate cemetery for the soldiers who died in the Civil War Battle of Franklin, Franklin, Tennessee - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Statute at Jennie Wade's gravesite in Evergreen Cem. Gettysburg, Pa. Jennie was the only civilian to lose her life in the Battle of Gettysburg.   The Jennie Wade Monument reads:  (Front Side)  JENNIE WADE  AGED 20 YEARS 2 MO  KILLED JULY 3 1863  WHILE MAKING BREAD  FOR THE UNION SOLDIERS.  JENNIE WADE  MARY VIRGINIA WADE  Another side reads:  SHE HATH DONE WHAT SHE COULD

Mary Virginia 'Jennie' Wade - Resident of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the Battle of Gettysburg. At the age of she was the only direct civilian casualty of the battle, when she was killed by a stray bullet on July

1st New Jersey Brigade Monument, dedicated on June 30, 1888, stands in the area on Wiekert Hill where the 1st New Jersey Brigade (1st Brigade, 1st Division, VI Corps) was stationed after arriving on the field on July 2, 1863, and during the third day of the Battle.

New Jersey Brigade Monument, dedicated on June stands in the area on Wiekert Hill where the New Jersey Brigade Brigade, Division, VI Corps) was stationed after arriving on the field on July and during the third day of the Battle.

Col. Strong Vincent, 83 PA. Monument, on the southern slope of Little Round Top. Vincent commanded the 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac, the first troops to arrive on Little Round Top, minutes before William C. Oates' Alabamians attacked. Successfully defending the hill, Vincent, from Erie, PA., was mortally wounded and carried to the Lewis Bushman farm, where he was lovingly cared for by Mrs. Bushman, until he died several days later.

Col. Strong Vincent, 83 PA. Monument, on the southern slope of Little Round Top. Vincent commanded the 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac, the first troops to arrive on Little Round Top, minutes before William C. Oates' Alabamians attacked. Successfully defending the hill, Vincent, from Erie, PA., was mortally wounded and carried to the Lewis Bushman farm, where he was lovingly cared for by Mrs. Bushman, until he died several days later.

The 24th Michigan lost more killed and wounded than any Union regiment at Gettysburg. It went into Gettysburg on July 1st with 496 men and officers. On the morning of July 2nd only 99 men answered roll. While the Iron Brigade officially continued after Gettysburg it was a shadow of it's former self. For all practical purposes the Iron Brigade died at Gettysburg. All told monuments to four of the five regiments of the Iron Brigade reside in the McPherson Woods.

The Michigan lost more killed and wounded than any Union regiment at Gettysburg. It went into Gettysburg on July with 496 men and officers.

Equestrian monument to General Henry W. Slocum at Gettysburg. Located south of Gettysburg on Slocum Avenue. 39.819128 N, 77.224588 W .

General Henry W. Slocum Monument ~ Gettysburg National Military Park ~ Located south of Gettysburg on Slocum Avenue.

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