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Southern Pennsylvania World War II Memorial reviews
...by the large photographic mural of the Holocaust survivors in this beautiful memorial. Usually pictures of Holocaust survivors are ghastly testaments to the horror of this repulsive and... more »
I stopped by this Memorial as I was passing by after checking out the Mr. Rogers sculpture nearby and I'm glad I did. It's a great blend of the big history of the war tied in with the strong role... more »
Beautiful, tragic, and compelling. I cried while reading the displays and seeing the pictures of men and women who went to serve and never came home. For it's relatively small size, it is a truly well done memorial and absolutely worth a visit for casual strollers and history buffs alike.
Got to see part of the Good Morning America show. And sorta got to participate in the show.
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