A Memorial Wordless Wednesday


One of many make-shift cemeteries for US soldiers in Korea during the Korean War. 1951.

Photo by my great uncle.

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  1. What a neat photo. I love looking at pictures from the past.

  2. Wow. That’s cool.

  3. Anonymous says:

    It really tells a story. Lovely picture.

  4. It really makes you stop and think, doesn’t it? All those soldiers.

  5. What an interesting photo. Perfect for post Memorial Day memories.

  6. Definitely wordless, Amanda. Out of all the hundreds and hundreds of photos I have of my grandma’s, I have never came across a picture like this. It’s so . . . heartbreaking.

  7. Your photos always make me want to raid my grandparents photos. Check out my sweet WW.

    Many blessings.

  8. I love that picture!

  9. I love your old photos and this one is so special! Thanks for sharing

  10. wow…

  11. Your picture speaks volumes…thanks to all who serve for our freedom.

  12. Wow…awesome picture.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Great picture! Thanks for visiting mine!

    Being An Air Force Wife

  14. Anonymous says:

    What a neat photo.

  15. Reminds me of the photos my grandfather brought back from Europe after WW II of the concentration camps. He doesn’t really talk about it but the pictures are sobering.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Very neat photo.

  17. What a haunting, yet beautiful photograph. I’m so thankful for those through time and to present who sacrifice for the freedom my family enjoys.

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