Rees Park, Turner at Rees Streets
The original statue was created in Americus by artist E. M. Viquesney at the behest of the residents of Berrien County, and stands in Nashville, Georgia. The current Americus statue is a copper copy which stood in downtown Americus on Lee at Lamar Streets from 1921 to 1947. More than 150 copies of the popular original from Nashville were mass-produced during the 1920s and 1930s, and stand in communities across Georgia and the nation.
A pedestrian plaza along the eastern side of the Clarke County Courthouse on Washington Street in downtown Athens, dedicated to the veterans of all wars.
The historic cemetery on the National Register of Historic Places includes numerous monuments of the World War I era, including a World War I memorial erected in 1925.
“This Memorial is Dedicated to the Honor and Memory of the Veterans of the United States of American from Atkinson County, Georgia. Their Valor an Sacrifice has allowed us our freedom. Many Gave Their Last Full Measure to Insure Peace and Preserve the Rights We Rely Upon. We Must Not Forget.”
It is inscribed with the names of three WW1 soldiers.
Photos courtesy of The Atlanta History Center
The center is an historical treasure-trove of the history of Atlanta and Georgia, and often holds significant displays from the World War I era.
East Morningside Drive at Rock Springs Rd.
1662 Rugby Avenue
Photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch
G.M.A. World War Heroes
Whose Fidelity to Duty
Honor and Country was
Only Commensurate with the
Supreme Sacrifice they Made
Dulce et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori
“It is sweet and glorious to die for one’s country"
The Grove runs several blocks in the median of Central Avenue from Troup Street to Monte Sano Avenue, and includes a marker commemorating Augusta residents who fell during World War I.
American Gold Star Mother Tribute, Greene at 11th Streets, Augusta