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Burke Co. -- Otranto Memorial Markerloupe
Burke County Courthouse
Waynesboro
GA
USA
30830
The tablet at the county courthouse is inscribed, “This tablet is placed to perpetuate the memory of Burke County (Ga) men who, in the service of their country in the World War, lost their lives in the sinking of the S.S. OTRANTO, October 6th 1918.”  The names of seven local victims are listed.
 
Paulding Co. -- War Dead Memorialloupe
Dallas Square, behind the Paulding County Courthouse in Main Street in downtown Dallas.
Dallas
GA
USA
30132
A rough-hewn rock inscribed with the names of the county’s war dead.
 
Atlanta – Pershing Point Monument & Parkloupe
1437 Peachtree Street
Atlanta
GA
USA
30309
Photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch

This memorial in Pershing Point Park is dedicated to residents of Fulton County who died in World War I and is named for Gen. John Pershing. It is located at Peachtree and West Peachtree Streets in Midtown Atlanta. 

 
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Pickens Co. -- Memorial Monumentloupe
in front of the Pickens County Courthouse, Main Street
Jasper
GA
USA
30143
Photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch
A tall granite tablet marker memorializing those who served. 
 
Pike Co. -- All Wars Memorialloupe
Zebulon
GA
USA
30295
Erected by the American Legion.
 
Pulaski Co. -- War Memorialloupe
Hawkinsville
GA
USA
31036
Dedicated in 2002, the memorial is dedicated to veterans of World Wars I and II, Korea and Vietnam.
 
Spalding Co. - Griffin Spirit of the American Doughboy and Memorialloupe
Veterans Memorial Park, Intersection of 1st, Taylor Street and Memorial Drive
Griffin
GA
USA
30223
Main photo courtesy of Brian Haynes
 
Morgan Co. - Madison - Spirit of American Doughboy (in stone)loupe
150 East Washington Street
Madison
GA
USA
30650
On the grounds of the Morgan County Courthouse, erected by the local Daughters of the American Revolution in 1930, the statue of a soldier is inscribed “The Boys from Morgan County who fought in the World War.”  It is rare in that it is one of the few stone reproductions of the original Spirit of the American Doughboy statue which stands in Nashville, Ga.  Most of the many copies around the nation are in copper.
 
Chattooga Co. -- Spirit of American Doughboyloupe
VFW memorial home
Trion
GA
USA
30753
The Chattooga County copy of the famous statue originally stood in Circle Park in Trion, but was moved to the VFW memorial home and rededicated in 1988.
 
Glynn Co. -- State of Georgia Salutes Plaqueloupe
I-95 Rest Area #105
Brunswick
GA
USA
31523
A large plaque built into the wall of the Rest Area recognizing those killed or held prisoner in America’s many wars.
 
Stephens Co. — Toccoa — World War I Memorialloupe
Stephens County Courthouse
Toccoa
GA
USA
30577
Photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch
A standing granite tablet inscribed to those who served in the war.
 
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Telfair Co. -- All Wars Memorialloupe
Third Avenue at Golden Isles Parkway
McRae
GA
USA
31055

Memorial contains the inscribed names of eighteen WW1 soldiers.  

Also on the site is a stand-alone monument to James E. Livingston, USMC, Congressional Medal of Honor, awarded May 2, 1968.

 
Union Co. -- Honor Roll of the World Warloupe
grounds of the old Union County Courthouse
Blairsville
GA
USA
30512
A tall, stacked stone monument surrounding an engraved tablet containing the names of those who served. 
 
Fort Gordon -- U.S. Signal Corps Museumloupe
504 Chamberlain Avenue
Augusta
GA
USA
30905
Photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch
This military museum provides a permanent WW1 exhibit.  Highlights include “The Hello Girls” and “The Pigeon Service”.  
 
Athens - Clarke Co. –- Veterans Memorial Plazaloupe
Adjacent to the Clarke County Courthouse
Athens
GA
USA
30601
Photos courtesy of Tom Jackson
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.
 
Towns Co. -- Veterans Memorial Parkloupe
1400 Highway 76 East
Hiawassee
GA
USA
30546
Photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch
The Towns County Veterans Memorial Park is adjacent to the Towns County High School, 1400 Highway 76 East in Hiawassee, GA.  The Park was erected by the Towns County Board of Education and the Student Council, May 28, 1984.
 
Petersburg National Battlefieldloupe
5001 Siege Rd
Prince George
VA
USA
23803
1926
Petersburg National Battlefield commemorates the nine and one-half -month campaign and siege and defense of Petersburg, Virginia, in 1864 and 1865. As the apex of trench warfare in the Civil War these fields are key in understanding the evolution that led to the battlefields of World War 1 in Europe. The park also manages training trenches used by the 80th Division in 1917-1918 while stationed at Camp Lee. The historic photograph shows trenches dug during the Civil War. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
 
Augusta – Richmond Co. Woodmen of the World Memorialloupe
Augusta
GA
USA
30901

“In Sacred memory of the Men of Richmond County Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice - World War 1”

“Erected By Woodlawn Camp No. 55 Woodman of the World”

 
Johns Creek – Veterans Memorial Walkloupe
3150 Old Alabama Road
Johns Creek
GA
USA
30022
All photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch
Photo-engraved monolith plaques of all American overseas conflicts from World War 1.  This walk includes tributes to Women in Service and Purple Heart recipients.  Individual brick pavers continue to be added.
 
Fulton Co. - (Campbell Co.) - Fairburn - 1919 Monumentloupe
359 West Broad Street
Fairburn
GA
USA
30213
Photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch

Unveiled May 21, 1919,  this soldiers monument was erected in Fairburn (Campbell County), in the middle of West Broad Street, to honor those who had died in World War I. The monument was moved to the Holly Hill Memorial Park Cemetery in 1967.  

In 1931, Campbell County was absorbed into Douglas and Fulton Counties.  Fairburn became part of Fulton County.  

The inscription around the globe at the top of the obelisk reads “ Their All For Democracy and Freedom of the World

 

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