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Title & Author Format Holdings Editions From To
Korean War Veterans Memorial
LCC
  186 1 1996 1996
Monumental advocate
LCC
  180 3 1870 1870
The soldiers' monument in Cambridge by Cambridge (Mass.)
DDC/LCC
  178 13 1870 2017
The Margraten boys : how a European village kept America's liberators alive by Schrijvers, Peter, 1963-
DDC/LCC
  174 7 2012 2012
Le héros de Chateauguay by David, L.-O. (Laurent-Olivier), 1840-1926
DDC/LCC
  174 26 1870 2018
The silent cities : an illustrated guide to the war cemeteries and memorials to the 'missing' in France and Flanders, 1914-1918 : containing 959 illustrations and 31 maps by Hurst, Sidney C. (Sidney Cecil)
DDC/LCC
  171 25 1929 2009
Australian war graves workers and World War One : devoted labour for the lost, the unknown but not forgotten dead by Cahir, Fred, 1963-
DDC/LCC
  171 14 2019 2020
Silent witnesses by Wood, Herbert Fairlie
DDC/LCC
  164 4 1974 1974
Dedication of monuments erected by the state of Iowa, : commemorating the death, suffering and valor of her soldiers on the battlefields of Vickburg, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Shiloh, and in the Confederate prison at Andersonville. November twelfth to twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred and six by Iowa
DDC/LCC
  163 12 1908 2010
American memorials and overseas military cemeteries by American Battle Monuments Commission
DDC/LCC
  163 2 1985 1985
Pennsylvania at Salisbury, North Carolina : ceremonies at the dedication of the memorial erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the national cemetery at Salisbury, North Carolina ; in memory of the soldiers of Pennsylvania who perished in the Confederate prison at Salisbury, North Carolina, 1864 and 1865, 1910 by Pennsylvania
DDC/LCC
  163 5 1910 1912
Pennsylvania at Gettysburg : Ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle by Pennsylvania
DDC/LCC
  163 3 1893 1893
Öffentliches Gedenken : deutsche Erinnerungskulturen seit der Weimarer Republik by Eschebach, Insa
DDC/LCC
  154 5 2005 2005
Address delivered Wednesday, 28th November, 1866 : in Feller's Hall, Madalin, township of Red Hook, Duchess Co., N.Y by De Peyster, J. Watts (John Watts), 1821-1907
DDC/LCC
  153 8 1867 2010
Ceremonies at the dedication of the soldiers' monument in Newton, Mass by Newton (Mass.)
DDC/LCC
  150 10 1864 2017
The location of the monuments, markers and tablets on the battlefield of Gettysburg by Gettysburg National Military Park Commission
DDC/LCC
  147 19 1898 1932
The unknown soldier by Granfield, Linda
DDC/LCC
  147 7 2008 2017
A distant grief : Australians, war graves and the Great War by Ziino, Bart, 1975-
DDC/LCC
  147 5 2003 2007
Gettysburg : sentinels of stone by Isbell, Timothy T.
DDC/LCC
  146 1 2006 2006
Address delivered in Oak-Grove Cemetery, Medford, Mass., September 6, 1866 : at the consecration of the monument erected in honor of the Medford volunteers by Brooks, Charles, 1795-1872
DDC/LCC
  146 9 1866 2019
Les Monuments aux morts : patrimoine et mémoires de la grande guerre by Becker, Annette
DDC/LCC
  144 8 1900 1996
Memorial Day, May 30, 1870 : oration by Shepard, Isaac F. (Isaac Fitzgerald), 1816-1889
LCC
  144 10 1870 2011
Canada in memoriam, 1812-14 : her duty in the erection of monuments in memory of her distinguished sons and daughters by Curzon, Sarah Anne, 1833-1898
DDC/LCC
  143 21 1891 1980
Antietam : report of the Ohio Antietam Battlefield Commission by Ohio Antietam Battlefield Commission
DDC/LCC
  142 6 1904 2010
Canine warrior : how a Vietnam scout dog inspired a national monument by Burnam, John C.
DDC/LCC
  142 2 2014 2014
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