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Monday, October 25, 2021

French City Honors America's Unknown Soldier After He Was Selected There 100 Years Ago

On October 24, the city of Châlons-En-Champagne, France, honored the centennial anniversary of the United States Unknown Soldier selection, which took place at Châlons-En-Champagne’s City Hall on October 24, 1921. 

Current and former guards of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, veterans, Gold Star mothers, military spouses, and spectators attended the event to pay respects at the historic site, according to Stripes. 
-WiscoDave

2 comments:

  1. Don't mind me. I'll be over in the corner crying.

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  2. there were hundreds of thousands to choose from. Ours, the british, the french,the others...

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