This bronze World War II memorial sits in front of Our Lady of Peace Roman Catholic church on Carroll Street between Third and Fourth Avenues. More than 2,000 names are listed—all men from one parish. They died that we might live, indeed.
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I believe its just those in the middle panel who died… the others, to left and right, are locals who served in the armed forces.
Great posting ! For more views of the Doughboy / WW1 memorials in and around NYC please check out http://www.doughboysofnyc.com
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