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With his tremendous prestige and his commanding presence he prevailed in on veterans — of whom ,- were unemployed — to combine forces. They had been split among several small and ineffectual organi- zations in England, Wales and Ire- land. Veterans in Scotland still maintain their own organization. Four representatives of the largest groups placed joint wreaths on the Cenotaph, Britain's simple but elegant war monument in the center of Whitehall.
The British Legion openly admires the American Legion and gives the Americans credit — full marks, as the British say — for originating veteran benefit programs and prodding the American Government toward such programs as the GI Bill of Rights. With , members, the British Legion is the smaller of the two.
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It could equally well symbolize the naval tradition with which Cut- ter was associated. The ropes en- twining the anchor suggest all is not well, since a fouled anchor is useless. The flowers and leaves suggest that all life is as grass, beautiful but fleeting. Following the Arlington custom, Cutter's wife, Louisa, was buried at his side.
In the shadows of ancient oaks stands a memorial to Navy Commo- dore Charles P. Perkins, with a repe- tition of the anchor theme; but here the anchor's rope is severed three times to form the letters C. On a large, gray, granite cross sur- mounting the rock the religious theme "With You" has been carved. The mast is set on a rectangular granite block, the front view depicting Marthon himself firing a small cannon from the crow's nest of the Hartford dur- ing the battle of Mobile Bay, Aug.
The overall height of this memorial is about 12 feet. Above the etching are the words, "In the main top of Flagship Hartford with Far- ragut. The opposite side reveals that Mar- thon died in Shanghai, China, on Nov. He fancied large figures and by al- ready had completed a huge head of Lincoln and an equestrian portrait of Gen. Philip Sheridan, besides a number of smaller scale works. Borglum is best known as the sculp- tor who carved the heads of Wash- ington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Theo- dore Roosevelt on the face of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota between and In view of his pen- chant for carving grandiose figures, it is surprising to discover here at Arlington a miniature head only about 18 inches high, done by Bor- glum in to mark the gravesite of Royal Emerson Whitman, a U.
The low-relief bronze, three-quarter view portrait of Whitman is mounted on the face of a rough granite rock ; the somber, sharp features now much weathered and eroded by time. Borglum's name is signed below the figure's collar.
A curious and interesting memo- rial is the "Lancaster Monument," a foot obelisk erected originally on Flamenco Island in the Bay of Pan- ama by officers and crew of the USS Lancaster to perpetuate the memory of nine crewmates who died during and The men named on the memorial were betwen 21 and 32 years of age and included one officer.
The first of the nine deaths was recorded on Jan. Within a two-week interval August 10th through August 24th , seven of the nine men died, but no mention is made of the manner of their deaths. It is possible they suc- cumbed to yellow fever. Though chipped and scarred, this year-old monument holds its age well. On the face of the stone, below the curious, inverted torches, and the furled flag on a broken mast, a plaque reads: On her first cruise in these seas erect this monument in memory of ship- mates who died and are buried here.
Wallace Fitz Randolph, Chief of Artillery. Though the bronze barrel has weathered to a soft green, the iron-bound wooden wheels, the tailpiece and carriage are still in good condition.
After this war, a reorganiza- tion of the Army led to establish- ment of the position "Chief of Ar- tillery.
But things changed completely when General Randolph arrived. He showed him- self a capital soldier and adminis- trator, and preeminently fit for promotion. The artillery field piece seems a fitting memorial to a man who gave a life- time to that branch of the service. The smaller-than-life, youthful figure of John Rodgers Meigs lies face upward on a bronze slab, which serves as a cover for his marble tomb.
Fisk Miller, has created a touching likeness of the year-old soldier, dressed in the uniform of a Lieutenant; U.
Engi- neers, Army of the Shenandoah, looking much as he did when he fell Cannon stands in memory of Wallace Fitz Randolph; Medal of Honor in stone, upper right, commemorates Edmund Rice, a hero of Gettysburg; anchor and rope replica, lower right, salutes George F. Farra- gut aboard his flagship Hartford in battle Oct. He has added imprints of horse hoofs and flowers on the slab to lend realism to the scene. Young Meigs lies calm and relaxed, as if asleep.
His cape has fallen away to reveal an empty hol- ster; his revolver just out of reach. The body bears no evidence of wound or injury. There is a peaceful quiet- ness about the poignant figure which belies the tragic nature of his death. Throughout the years, visitors at- tracted by the figure of this youthful soldier have kept the bronze tips of his boots bright and shiny with many a compassionate touch.
The tomb of Gen. Montgomery Cunningham Meigs, with a small flowering plant growing out of a chink in the old stone, stands like a guardian over the younger man who was, in fact, his son. The tragedy of John Rodgers Meigs was repeated thousands of times during the Civil War, but only a few soldiers were remembered in so personal and vivid a way. George Crook has on his memorial a story-telling bas- relief illustrating the surrender of the Apaches under Geronimo to Crook in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico in This bronze work, six feet long and three feet high, was executed by M.
Power, and is mounted on an eight-foot stone monument. It depicts 16 human fig- ures gathered around a fire with two mules in the background. The Army personnel are identified by name and rank, the Apaches by name, in a line running along the bottom of the work. A plumpish Geronimo sits fifth from the left, together with some grim-faced braves.
Crook, sitting at the far right, sports mutton chops and looks rather elegant in civilian suit, large flowing tie and sun hel- met. Many details of Crook's mili- tary career have been carved on the ends of this curious, gray, granite memorial. Geronimo "escaped" from San Carlos reservation in May , ac- companied by 40 braves and 90 women and children.
Rumor reached Geronimo that he and his braves were to be murdered as soon as Crook got them across the border and into United States territory; so he escaped again.
As a result of the fiasco, Army Brig. Miles replaced Crook as commander on April 2, Thus, the epic scene on Crook's tomb pic- tures not the final capture and sur- render of the legendary Geronimo, but only one of several of his tem- porary capitulations.
Another unusual monument done in bas-relief bears a legend which reads: By July , the mark had declined to , to the dollar, and by November it was 4,,,, to the dollar!
Food riots broke out and barter replaced commercial deal- ings. Many children were homeless, sick, hungry and inadequately clothed. The United States sent Gen- eral Allen, a physician, to Germany to administer a program of aid to the stricken country. Allen is depicted Surrender of Geronimo and Apaches is depicted on Gen. George Crook's marker standing, hat in one hand, the other outstretched in friendship, sur- rounded by German children of vari- ous ages, some dressed in rags, others naked.
He is looking down on the fig- ure of a weary and haggard mother. The United States flag, held high by the figure of Liberty, waves over the entire group.
Smoking funnels of steamships rise in the background, symbols of the carriers of food, medi- cine and clothing to the distressed. This simple story in bronze was com- pleted in and is signed "Jaegers. These medals, though greatly enlarged, are true in most de- tails to the original. A bronze replica of the Congressional Medal of Honor, our nation's highest military award, measuring three and a half feet by one and a half feet, lies on the coarsely textured gravestone of Brig.
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