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Danvers, Massachusetts

**This seven-foot-tall granite obelisk monument was dedicated June 9, 1984, as the Vietnam Memorial. Displayed on the front face is an effigy of a combat soldier giving honor to a fallen comrade and with an American flag behind him. The name of five Danvers young men are included with inscribed words reading: “He’s my brother,” and “They did not ask why.” The monument includes on its other faces the words “World War One,” “World War Two,” and “Korea.”


Vietnam War Memorial - Town of Danvers

Korea, Vietnam Danvers Veterans WW I, WW II Monument

**An excerpt from Danvers Archivist Richard B. Trask's, "Memorial Day in Danvers", from the Danvers Archival Center at the Peabody Institute Library.

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