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Woodstock Memorial, Woodstock, Georgia, USA
Georgia, USA
The Woodstock Memorial, 10 tons of polished granite remembering Woodstock Veterans. It reads: "In Memorium, Lest we forget the ultimate cost of freedom. We salute all, especially our Woodstock veterans who gave their lives defending America's God-given freedom so that we continue to live free".
Copyright: James Womack
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Uploaded: 02/05/2012
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