bill.n1vux at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 19:06:13 UTC 2017
> The Vietnam War Memorial is the first one in US history, to my knowledge,
to list all of the American casualties.
Depending on domain of "all" ... it's the only national "all", but not the
first to list all for a smaller demographic unit than nation.
Harvard U's Memorial Hall lists all alumni who fell in the Union army,
sorted by Class year, on interior hall walls.
Even some small town memorials attempted to list sons lost in Civil War,
Spanish American war, or WW1.
Even a larger town like Norwalk CT lists all its WW1 fallen on 7 panels
below a piece of heavy artillery.
We don't seem to have that monument on OSM. If we agree on how to tag
these, I could add it, as i've been there and taken my own pictures and
Amusing, I found a history of how the monument and gun were once together,
then separated, each relocated separately, and finally re-united:
(They are reunited now, at East & Park, in the Norwalk Green southern
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