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The stone monument is located on Blanc Mont Ridge.

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The stone monument is located on Blanc Mont Ridge.
The stone monument is located on Blanc Mont Ridge.
Rows of marble headstones are seen in front of the chapel at Luxembourg American Cemetery. Rows of marble headstones are seen in front of the chapel at Luxembourg American Cemetery.
The four-side stone monument is located in the village of Cantigny.

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The four-side stone monument is located in the village of Cantigny.
The four-side stone monument is located in the village of Cantigny.
Cantigny American Monument is located in the village. Cantigny American Monument is located in the village.
Historic photo shows destroyed town. Historic photo shows destroyed town.
Rows of white headstones fill the plot area at Somme American Cemetery. Rows of white headstones fill the plot area at Somme American Cemetery.
3rd Division surgeon examines an injured soldier, July 22, 1918.

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3rd Division surgeon examines an injured soldier, July 22, 1918.
3rd Division surgeon examines an injured soldier, July 22, 1918.
A sculpture of a woman is adorned to a marble wall at Suresnes American Cemetery.

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A sculpture of a woman is adorned to a marble wall at Suresnes American Cemetery.
Sculpture at Suresnes American Cemetery

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A sculpture of a woman is adorned to a marble wall at Suresnes American Cemetery.
A sculpture of a woman is adorned to a marble wall at Suresnes American Cemetery.
Two soldiers view an M4 tank damaged by German gunfire, September 12, 1944.

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Two soldiers view an M4 tank damaged by German gunfire, September 12, 1944.
Two soldiers view an M4 tank damaged by German gunfire, September 12, 1944.
Soldiers prepare for combat during World War I.

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Soldiers prepare for combat during World War I.
Soldiers prepare for combat during World War I.
Soldiers of the 119th Infantry, 30th Division, entering trenches, July 9, 1918.

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Soldiers of the 119th Infantry, 30th Division, entering trenches, July 9, 1918.
Soldiers of the 119th Infantry, 30th Division, entering trenches, July 9, 1918.
Sgt. Alvin C. York of the 82nd Division led his depleted patrol against German forces, single-handedly killing several and capturing 132.

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Sgt. Alvin C. York of the 82nd Division led his depleted patrol against German forces, single-handedly killing several and capturing 132.
Sgt. Alvin C. York of the 82nd Division led his depleted patrol against German forces, single-handedly killing several and capturing 132.
Secretary Cleland sits with President Obama in the Oval Office. Secretary Cleland sits with President Obama in the Oval Office.
First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama are greeted by ABMC Secretary Max Cleland and others at Normandy American Cemetery.

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First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama are greeted by ABMC Secretary Max Cleland and others at Normandy American Cemetery.
Secretary Cleland Greets President Obama

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First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama are greeted by ABMC Secretary Max Cleland and others at Normandy American Cemetery.
First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama are greeted by ABMC Secretary Max Cleland and others at Normandy American Cemetery.
Inscription reads: "Some there be which have no sepulchre their name liveth evermore." Inscription reads: "Some there be which have no sepulchre their name liveth evermore."
A sculpture on the outside of the chapel building at Lorraine American Cemetery.

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A sculpture on the outside of the chapel building at Lorraine American Cemetery.
A sculpture on the outside of the chapel building at Lorraine American Cemetery.

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