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Tanner Limon Art 183 HA Dr. Parks 25 September 2020 Homework M3: Analysis 1.) Korean Veterans War Memorial is located close to the banks of the river in Washington, DC. The Korean Veterans Memorial honors the boys and ladies who served in Korean War. The black 41 panel wall has over 2400 pictures of support personnel. The wall is split into Army, Navy and Air Force veterans. The photographs were chosen from 15,000 images from the National Archives; a part of the wall has inscribed the statement “Freedom isn't Free”. The number 38 is extremely vital in understanding this memorial. As you walk round the memorial, you'll see 19 stainless-steel statues. The statues represent the various branches of the military, Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines. On a sunny day you'll be able to see the reflection on the wall of the 19 statues. If you count those statues and also the reflections on the wall you get 38. The 38th parallel is another name for the demilitarized zone. 38 months is how long the war lasted. Over 2 million civilians were killed. This memorial is successful because it helps us remember the amount of people who laid their lives down in this war. This war gave America a great sense of honor back in the 1950s because we were helping to stop the spread of communism, which is the only reason that America chose to participate in this war. The “American Dream” is based around freedom, which is not a luxury in communist countries. 2.) In 1942 the U.S. Army hired a half-dozen, 200 acres at Manzanar to create and operate a War Relocation Center for Japanese Americans, to be located within the Manzanar National Historic Site. In addition to being remote, water resources and agricultural

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