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War Memorials



Above: Brackenridge, PA: "LEST WE FORGET...DEDICATED TO LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." Erected after Second World War.


Brackenridge: "DEDICATED TO THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THIS COMMUNITY WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN TIME OF WAR AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE."
Brackenridge: "WE WILL REMEMBER VIETNAM."
Tarentum, PA: "IN MEMORY OF THE BOYS OF 1861-1865 FROM TARENTUM AND VICINTY." Erected 1923 by Ladies of GAR Circle No 40.
Tarentum: "IN HONOR OF THE MEN FROM TARENTUM WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN THE WORLD WAR 1917-1918."
Tarentum: Veterans of the Second World War.
Natrona Heights, PA: HONOR ROLL HARRISON TOWNSHIP.
Natrona, PA: World War Memorial.
Natrona: In honor of veterans of Korea, 1950-1955 and Vietnam, 1964-1975.
Natrona: Veterans of WW I, WW II, Korea, Vietnam, Lebanon, Grenada, Desert Storm.
Freeport, PA: "IN HONOR OF THE VETERANS WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN WAR AND PEACE."






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