In remembrance

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In the February’04 issue, two authors refer to the “rows of crosses” they observed at American military cemeteries abroad (pages 22 and 104). I have not been to Omaha Beach but did visit the American War Memorial outside of Manila and noticed that there were numerous symbols of faiths of soldiers of other religions who were killed on these battlefields as well.

BERNARD ZAZULA
New Fairfield, CT

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In the February’04 issue, two authors refer to the “rows of crosses” they observed at American military cemeteries abroad (pages 22 and 104). I have not been to Omaha Beach but did visit the American War Memorial outside of Manila and noticed that there were numerous symbols of faiths of soldiers of other religions who were killed on these battlefields as well.

BERNARD ZAZULA
New Fairfield, CT