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visit the World War II Memorial
1919 Governor Ritchie Hwy,
Annapolis, MD 21409
September 26, 2013
World War II Memorial sign

This lasting tribute to the men and women who fought for the principles of freedom, both abroad and at home, recognizes their contributions as well as educating present and future generations about World War II and its impact as the world's greatest military effort to date.

Maryland's World War II Memorial is unique. Visitors will walk through history when visiting the four-sided open-air amphitheater surrounded by a 100-foot diameter ring of 48 pillars, that represent the 48 states at the time of the war. Etched in granite are the names of 6,454 Marylanders who lost their lives, providing a lasting tribute to their ultimate contributions. Twenty plaques describe wartime milestones and key events, in addition to contributions made by those 288,000 Maryland military men and women and those who served in industries at home. Two 14-foot diameter globes depict the location of key battles in the eastern and western hemispheres. A seven-sided obelisk, representing Maryland's status as the country's seventh state, is accented by a star which is illuminated each night.

Blue Star Memorial sign
POW sign

Approaching the WWII Memorial Overlook.

WWII Memorial Overlook

Panorama view from the WWII Memorial Overlook

Panorama view from the WWII Memorial Overlook

battle of the Severn informational sign
Pearl Harbor rememberance
Maryland WW II memorial sign
WWII saying

A seven-sided obelisk, representing Maryland's status as the country's seventh state, is accented by a star which is illuminated each night.

centerplate of the WWII Memorial

a 100-foot diameter ring of 48 pillars, that represent the 48 states at the time of the war

panorama of the WW II memorial
panorama of the WW II memoria
panorama of the WW II memoria
WW II memoria
WW II memoria
WW II memorial sign
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in Maryland
September 25-29, 2013

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United States Naval Academy in Annapolis

World War II Memorial

Boating on The Magothy River

Westminster with cousins

Washington DC / Capitol KOA campground

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the two RV Gypsies adventures in the USA state of Delaware