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God Bless America! If you need a 50-star American flag that also has the words to "America" click here. Please provide a link to this web site if you decided to use it. Also see Symbols of Patriotism, below.
World War One (World War I, WWI or "The Great War")
and wars involving the United States
Unknown Soldier acquired on eBay
This web site is dedicated to the many under appreciated soldiers of all wars (or military service) whose photos, letters home to loved ones, uniforms, etc. are being auctioned off for profit because they are unknown or unwanted by their families. Please make an effort to find out about your relatives' military service and honor them by documenting it and by preserving it for future generations.
If you have come here from someone else's web site
and are stuck inside their frames, click here to get out.
Note: You may have to reload the web pages several times to get all the images to load because of slow connection speed, servers "timing out" and assorted reasons. Or, just "right click" on them and select "Show Picture."
FAQs, Frequently Asked Questions and Useful resources for researching your relatives military service
"American Decorations and Insignia of Honor and Service" by Robert E. Wyllie from National Geographic Magazine - December 1919, Volume XXXVI, Number Six; pages 502 - 526.
Spanish American War (just images at this point - Images of the Spanish-American War: Heroes, Leaders, Maps, Ships, Uniforms, and Weapons
World War I, World War I (1914 - 1918)
WWI - Louisiana - Soldiers in Supplement of Volume III added.
World War II, World War II (1941 - 1945)
War on Terrorism (Sept. 11, 2001 - current)
America - the words of the song with nice an American flag graphic. "America" is also referred to as "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" and was written by Samuel F. Smith.
Other Patriotic Songs (and Poems)
Oath of Allegiance Sept. 13, 2003
The Star-Spangled Banner - A Patriotic Song by Francis Scott Key (written in 1814) with a 1918 musical score. This is the national anthem of the United States. The song is about the Star-Spangled Banner (1795-1818), a version of the United States flag which had only 15 stars and 15 stripes ( red and 7 white). The Star-Spangled Banner (1795-1818) is also referred to as the "15 Odd Star Flag."
3D American Flag Screen Saver at Microsoft
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This page was last updated on 11/07/03.
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Laura Recovery Center Foundation - See The Laura Recovery Center Manual
The Missing Persons' Cold Case Network
The Nation's Missing Children Organization & Center for Missing Adults and Unidentified
S.A.M., Search All Missing!
Yahoo! > Missing Persons
Yahoo! Groups coldcases - Missing / Unidentified Cases
AMW: America's Most Wanted - America Fights Back! (1-800-CRIME-TV)