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Susanville Veterans Memorial Buildingloupe
1205 Main Street

This Veterans Memorial building was erected in 1926 in honor of all World War I veterans and future veterans who have served the U.S. and Lassen County, CA. The building hosted the American Legion State Convention August 15-19, 1926. More than 2500 attended the convention, doubling the size of Susanville.

The inscription on the building reads:

Constructed and dedicated to honor
the Veterans of World War I
and all future Veterans who have served the
United States of America and Lassen County,
Constructed February through August of 1926 and
Dedicated on August 17, 1926

The Sergeant Stubby Memorial at the CT Trees of Honor Memorialloupe
Walnut Grove Road

Pvt. J. Robert Conroy befriended a stray pup as his infantry regiment trained on the Yale University campus in the summer of 1917. Naming the mutt Stubby, Conroy somehow smuggled him to France where he became the regiment's mascot. Stubby participated in 17 battles, was wounded twice, saved countless lives by smelling mustard gas before it arrived, and once captured a German spy by biting him on the butt (Stubby had an uncanny ability to identify Germans). He was renamed "Sergeant Stubby," returned home as a war hero, and met President Woodrow Wilson, who shook his paw.

On Memorial Day 2018, this life-size bronze statue of Sgt. Stubby was unveiled in his home state of Connecticut. The sculpture by Susan Bahary depicts Stubby giving a salute, a trick that endeared him to Conroy's commanding officer. He wears a vest that was made by the grateful women of France, to which were pinned Stubby's many medals. Stubby was the most decorated dog of World War I.

Also see: http://roadstothegreatwar-ww1.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-sergeant-stubby-memorial.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email

All Veterans Memorial at Turkey Brook Parkloupe
30 Flanders Road
Budd Lake

The ALL VETERANS MEMORIAL  is New Jersey's premier veteran's memorial located at Turkey Brook Park in Mount Olive, New Jersey and touted for its distinctive designs and calming landscape. The unique ceremonial ground is the host to historically denoted military ceremonies and vigils.  

The shape or footprint of the memorial was inspired by the Congressional Medal of Honor which is highest military honor to be earned from the United States and is awarded for personal acts of valor above and beyond the call of duty. Because the medal is presented "in the name of Congress", it is often ... intended to represent the gratitude of the American people. The AVM's STAR or Pentagon Platform  represents the five branches of services, equally divided. The area consists of pavers that denote the honorable military service of all who served during war or peacetime. 

The War Dog Memorial features a statue, among others, of Sgt. Stubby, hero dog of World War I.  See pictures gallery.

For more detail on the AVM see: https://www.allveteransmemorial.org/

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Brighton War Memorialloupe
240th Ave

The Brighton War Memorial, located on 240th Avenue (Highway X), was built in 1921 in remembrance of Brighton’s fallen Civil War and World War I soldiers. The first monument included the names of 68 men from Brighton who died during the Civil War and the 37 men who died in World War I. In 2016, private funds were raised to expand the memorial to honor veterans from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan.


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