Category: Memorial Day

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Memorial Day 2013

Although Memorial Day was first celebrated to remember the war dead from the U.S. Civil War, it was eventually celebrated to remember those lost in all wars. It was meant to be

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Memorial Day 2012

Once again America marks the unofficial beginning of summer by remembering men and women who fought and died during conflict. Aaron Kilbourn once wrote, “The dead soldier’s silence sings our national anthem.”

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Memorial Day 2011

Each year America celebrates the start of the summer season by remembering those who have fallen during the conflicts in which it has engaged. Unfortunately, each year there are more men and

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Memorial Day 2010

Although each new days brings with it stories of continued conflict from Iraq and Afghanistan, too many people find it easy to push the sacrifices made by the men and the women

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In Remembrance …

Today America celebrates Memorial Day. Although the holiday marks the unofficial beginning of summer, the day was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand

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Memorial Day

Today in the United States Memorial Day is being celebrated across the breadth of the land. It is better known as the beginning of the summer vacation season than it is for

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